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David Craig, PhD

Professor and Chair Department of Integrated Translational Sciences at City of Hope

Location: Duarte, CA United States

David Craig is the founding chair of the department of integrative translational sciences at City of Hope (COH) and incoming deputy director of translational sciences at the COH Beckman Research Institute. He also serves as the associate director of data science for the COH Comprehensive Cancer Center. Before coming to COH, Dr. Draig was co-director of the Institute of Translational Genomics at the University of Southern California (USC) and vice chair of its department of translational genomics. At USC, he was director of the Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center Molecular Genomics Core and he created the department’s Master’s in Translational Biomedical Informatics Master’s Degree program. Prior to joining USC, he was deputy director of bioinformatics and director of the Neurogenomics Division at the Translational Genomics Research Institute (TGen). His expertise is in neurogenomics, translational genomics and bioinformatics, and he has more than 200 publications, 4 issued patents and 2 founded companies.

Associated Grants

  • (SUPPLEMENT) The Foundational Data Initiative


  • Using a Systems-based Approach to Study the Molecular Processes Underlying Parkinson’s Disease: The Foundational Data Initiative


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