Our lab is highlighted in Nature’s Technologies to watch in 2020. Thought leaders predict the tech developments that could have a big
impact in the coming year:
Jennifer presents the labs work on the 3D genome and repeat instability
at the fourth international brainstorm symposium on the expanding role
of repetitive sequences in disease at the University of Florida.
Thomas Gilgenast wins 2nd place for his poster presentation at the Penn
Bioengineering graduate student symposium. Congratulations Thomas!
Jennifer speaks on the lab’s work at Emory University.
Our review “On the existence and functionality of topologically
associating domains” is published in Nature Genetics
Congratulations to Jonathan Beagan!
Jonathan Beagan successfully defends his thesis work and receives his
PhD. Congratulations Dr. Beagan!
Jon Beagan receives a podium short talk at the Keystone Meeting in
Genome Architecture in Space and Time in Whistler, BC March 2020.
Jennifer presents Jon’s new work exploring the 3D genome in neuronal activation at the 4DN Annual Meeting in Washington D.C.
Our collaborative work with the Blobel lab exploring 3D genome
reconfiguration after mitotic exit is published in Nature
https://www.nature.com/articles/s41586-019-1778-y. Congratulations to
co-authors Kate Titus, Thomas Gilgenast, and Daniel Emerson for their
Jennifer presents the lab’s work at the NIH Center of Excellence in Chromatin Biology