My name is Michael Dacre and I am a research professional working in Hunter Fraser’s lab at Stanford University. I am actively working on several projects investigating the intersection between genes, gene expression, and environment, particularly in relation to┬ácomplex traits and diseases in humans. More information is available on the Research Interests page of this site.

In addition to my research, I am interested in emergency and rescue medicine, particularly in the wilderness context and in resource poor medical systems, but also in urban environments. I am a trained and practicing W-EMT, I am a member of the Bay Area Mountain Rescue Unit, I am the president of Stanford Emergency Medical Services, and I am currently preparing for medical school.

I am actively seeking research collaborations and clinical opportunities, please feel free to contact me using my contact form, email address, or through one of the social media sites below.