Google Research

Cory McLean


Cory is a staff software engineer in Google Health who leads the Genomics research team. His research interests broadly include applying machine learning to the analysis and interpretation of genomic data and publishing tools and methods as open-source software. Prior to Google, Cory was at 23andMe where he developed algorithms and tools to improve identity-by-descent detection, haplotype phasing, and genotype imputation, and the application of genetic association study results to drug development. Cory received a PhD in computer science from Stanford, where he developed computational methods to understand vertebrate gene regulation, and a BS in computer science from MIT.

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