Dr.Bomsztyk is a physician-scientist who has approached research through developing microsensors, biotechniques, instrumentation and computational tools. Recognizing the complexity of transcriptional and epigenetic control in health and disease, Dr. Bomsztyk's laboratory has been advancing high throughput technologies and computational tools to study these processes and networks. First, with Fast ChIP followed by Matrix ChIP and more recently by a high throughput instrument for chromatin/DNA/RNA/protein sample preparation, PIXUL, and a system for storing and sampling tissues, the CryoGrid.
- Multiomics (epigenetics, transcriptomics, epitranscriptomics and proteomics) approaches to reverse engineer disease pathways.
- General Medicine
education & training
Brooklyn College- BS Physics and Mathematics
University of Rochester- MD Medicine
Yale New Haven Hospital- Residency- Internal Medicine
Yale University- Fellowship- Nephrology
Phi Beta Kappa
Alpha Omega Alpha
National Research Service Award, NIH
New Investigator Research Award, NIH
Established Investigatorship Award, American Heart Association
MERIT Award, NIH
American Society Clinical Investigator
Association of American Physicians