Hayden Metsky

I am a postdoctoral researcher at the Broad Institute in the Sabeti lab.

My research focuses on developing and applying computational methods that enhance the tools we use to detect and treat disease, concentrating on viruses. Examples include designing optimal genome-informed assays for viral surveillance and diagnostics. More broadly, I am interested in algorithms, machine learning, microbes, and metagenomics.

I completed my PhD in computer science at MIT in 2020, MEng in electrical engineering and computer science at MIT in 2014, and SB in computer science and in physics at MIT in 2013.