Yi-Hsiang Hsu, ScD(許益祥博士)

Co-Director, GeriOMICS Center
Hebrew SeniorLife Institute for Aging Research
Assistant Professor
Harvard Medical School / Broad Institute of Harvard and MIT





Dr. Yi-Hsiang Hsu received his BS from Taipei Medical School, Taiwan. He then pursued his MS in Epidemiology at National Taiwan University and received ScD from Harvard School of Public Health. Dr. Hsu is a Statistical Geneticist. His research focuses on (1) characterizing the genetic contribution to common aging relevant disorders (such as osteoporosis, sarcopenic obesity, metabolic syndrome, type 2 diabetes and hypertension) using population-based next generation whole genome sequencing, exome-sequencing and GWAS approaches; (2) developing statistical methods on multiple-phenotype association analyses; (3) establishing the integrative omics dataset using system genetics and bioinfomatic approaches and (4) identifying biomarkers of osteoporosis using metabolomics. He is the Co-Director of the GeriOMICS Center in Hebrew SeniorLife Institute for Aging Research and also holds faculty position at Harvard Medical School.