Daniel Gatti, Ph.D.

Senior Computational Scientist

Developing statistical and computational techniques that use genetic diversity to help researchers answer biological questions.

I earned my Ph.D at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in the toxicogenomics lab of Ivan Rusyn, where I studied the effects of genetic diversity on gene expression. I then worked at the Jackson Laboratory in Gary Churchill's group, where I developed and applied analytical methods for genetically diverse mice. I developed the first tools for haplotype reconstruction and genetic mapping in Diversity Outbred (J:DO) mice and have been involved in many projects that use J:DO mice. I currently work on tools and educational materials to help investigators use genetically diverse mice in their research.

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Education and experience


Univ. of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Ph.D in Environmental Sciences & Engineering

Univ. of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
M.S. in Environmental Sciences & Engineering

North Carolina State University
Computer Programming Certificate

Georgia Institute of Technology
Bach. of Chemical Engineering


The Jackson Laboratory
Senior Computational Scientist
2021 - present

College of the Atlantic
2018 - 2021

The Jackson Laboratory
Bioinformatics Analyst
2010 - 2018