Kate Titus is accepted into the Genomics and Computational Biology Ph.D.
program. Congratulations Kate!
Jennifer presents the lab’s work at Duke University.
Lindsey and Thomas are lead authors on their new Bioarxiv preprint
“3DeFDR: Identifying cell type-specific looping interactions with
empirical false discovery rate guided thresholding.“
Jennifer presents Linda and James’ work on the 3D genome and trinucleotide repeat expansion disorders at the joint 4DNucleome-ASCB satellite meeting in San Diego, CA.
Jennifer presents Mayuri and Ji Hun’s work on engineering loops with light at the 4D Nucleome annual meeting in San Diego, CA.
Dan Emerson gives his very first talk on a big stage at the 4D Nucleome annual meeting in San Diego, CA. Congratulations Dan!
We welcome Di Zhang, M.D./Ph.D. candidate from the Blobel lab, as a visiting
scientist this semester.