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 complex 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.