Genetics and DBBS graduate students win best poster awards at retreat

Congratulations to graduate students Celine St. Pierre, Nicolette Laird, and Gervette Penny for winning “Best Poster” awards at the recent DBBS retreat. Celine, a member of the Lawson lab, won for the Human and Statistical Genomics program (HSG); Nicolette Laird, a...

Genetics and DBBS students win best talk awards at retreat

Congratulations to graduate students Lei Chen, Dylan Lawrence, and Jared Goodman for winning “Best Talk” awards at the recent DBBS retreat. Lei, a member of the Hall lab, won for the Human and Statistical Genomics program (HSG); Dylan, a member of the...

Lawson lab has papers on diabetes and metabolic syndrome accepted

The Lawson lab recently had two papers accepted for publication. The first, “The Epigenetics of Metabolic Syndrome,” by first author Caryn Carson, a graduate student in the Lawson lab, will appear in an upcoming issue of Physiological Genomics 2018. The...

Dutcher lab publishes paper on RPGRIP1L

The Dutcher lab is on a roll with publications. The lab has a paper, “RPGRIP1L helps to establish the ciliary gate for entry of proteins,” that will appear in an upcoming issue of Journal of Cell Science. Congratulations, all!

Dutcher lab collaborates with GTAC on MAPINS paper

The Dutcher lab collaborated with Paul Cliften, Ph.D., Director of Computational Biology at the Genome Technology Access Center (GTAC) at Washington University School of Medicine, on a recent paper. The paper, “MAPINS, a highly efficient detection method that...

Ting Wang publishes paper on 3D genome browser

Ting Wang, Ph.D., Associate Professor in the Department of Genetics, is a co-corresponding author on a paper published recently. The paper, “The 3D Genome Browser: a web-based browser for visualizing 3D genome organization and long-range chromatin...