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Department of Genetics Publications October 31st – November 13th 2021

November 15, 2021

Department of Genetics faculty, postdocs, students and collaborators published 12 papers during October 31st – November 13th 2021.   A multi-omic single-cell landscape of human gynecologic malignancies.  Regner MJ, Wisniewska K, Garcia-Recio S, Thennavan A, Mendez-Giraldez R, Malladi VS, Hawkins G, Parker JS, Perou CM, Bae-Jump VL, Franco HL. Mol Cell. 2021 Nov 1:S1097-2765(21)00842-X. doi: … Continued

Koller award R21 from NIAID

October 14, 2021

Bev Koller, PhD, Associate Professor of Genetics, was awarded a new R21 from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) titled “Mouse models for study of the NLRP1 and CARD8 inflammasomes”.

Koller and Styblo awarded new R01 from NIEHS

September 9, 2021

Mirek Styblo (PhD, Professor, Department of Nutrition) and Bev Koller (PhD, Associate Professor, Department of Genetics) are Co-PIs on a new R01 titled “Humanized mouse models for arsenic toxicology” from the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS).

Won, Mohlke, Love awarded UM1 as part of the new IGVF consortium at NHGRI

September 9, 2021

Hyejung Won (PhD, Assistant Professor, Department of Genetics, Neuroscience Center), Karen Mohlke (PhD, Professor, Department of Genetics), and Mike Love (PhD, Assistant Professor, Department of Biostatistics, Department of Genetics), were awarded a 5-year $9.25 million UM1 grant from the National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI) titled “Systematic in vivo characterization of disease-associated regulatory variants”. The … Continued

Department of Genetics Publications August 22nd – September 4th 2021

September 7, 2021

Department of Genetics faculty, postdocs, students and collaborators published 9 papers during August 22nd – September 4th 2021.   SnapHiC: a computational pipeline to identify chromatin loops from single-cell Hi-C data.  Yu M, Abnousi A, Zhang Y, Li G, Lee L, Chen Z, Fang R, Lagler TM, Yang Y, Wen J, Sun Q, Li Y, … Continued