The UNC Department of Genetics Research Colloquium welcomes Jeremy Purvis, Associate Professor, UNC Department of Genetics on Wednesday, November 9, 2022. Talk Title To Be Announced 1131 Bioinformatics Building and Via Zoom
BCB Colloquium Series The BCB Colloquium Series welcomes Hector Franco, Assistant Professor of Genetics and the Lineberger Cancer Center, and Jeremy Purvis, Associate Professor of Genetics, this week. Hector Franco Enhancer Hijacking in Cancer Jeremy Purvis A topographical model of the human cell cycle The 2020 BCB Colloquium features talks from BCB Faculty and … Continued
Dr. Jeremy Purvis (Associate Professor, Genetics) was awarded an R01 grant from the National Institute of General Medical Sciences (NIGMS) for his proposal titled “Computational Models of the Human Cell Cycle to Reveal Disease Mechanism and Inform Treatment”.
Jeremy Purvis, PhD has been promoted to the rank of Associate Professor with permanent tenure in the Department of Genetics, effective July 1, 2019.
Jeremy Purvis, Assistant Professor, Department of Genetics was awarded a five-year grant through the Faculty Early Career Development Program of the National Science Foundation.
The UNC Department of Genetics Research Colloquium welcomes Jeremy Purvis, Assistant Professor of Genetics on Wednesday, December 5, 2018. His talk title is “The lifetime and lineage of a human cell”. Pizza will be provided. Attendees must bring own drinks.
The UNC Department of Genetics Research Colloquium welcomes Jeremy Purvis, Assistant Professor, Department of Genetics on Wednesday, May 2, 2018. His talk title is “To Be Announced”. Pizza will provided. Attendees must bring own drinks.
Research Interests Key words: systems biology, signal transduction, cell fate decisions, cell cycle We study the behavior of individual cells and try to understand how groups of cells work together to carry out emergent functions. We are especially interested in “irreversible” cell fates such as apoptosis, senescence, and differentiation. How does a given cell convert … Continued
BCB Student Seminar Series 1131 Bioinformatics Building Thursday, August 25 at 10am This Week’s Presenters: Jamshaid Shahir Jeremy Purvis Lab Cellograph: A Semi-supervised Approach to Analyzing Multi-condition Single-cell RNA-sequencing Data Using Graph Neural Networks Michael Kelly Hector Franco and Joel Parker Labs A multi-omic dissection of super-enhancer driven oncogenic gene expression programs in … Continued
BCB Student Seminar Series 1131 Bioinformatics Building Thursday, August 18 at 10am This Week’s Presenters: Darius Bost Kirk Wilhelmsen Lab Expression Prediction and Multimodel Association Analysis of Substance Abuse and Alzheimer’s Traits Jolene Ranek Jeremy Purvis and Natalie Stanley Labs Semi-supervised feature selection for preserving biological trajectories Joey Foster Ian Davis … Continued