Morris Lab has two new preprints

The Morris Lab has two new preprints: The first, “Capybara: A computational tool to measure cell identity and fate transitions,” includes first author Wenjun Kong, a graduate student in the lab; Yuheng Fu, an undergraduate student in the lab; and Samantha...

Dougherty Lab welcomes new members

The Dougherty Lab recently welcomed new members including Rachael, a senior graduate student who will be working with Kayla Nygaard, a graduate student in the lab; Chayla, a first year PhD rotation student working with Bernie Mulvey, a graduate student in the lab;...

Wang Lab has paper published in eLife

The Wang Lab had a paper published recently in eLife, “Derivation of trophoblast stem cells from naïve human pluripotent stem cells.” Authors include Xiaoyun Xing, a staff scientist in the Wang Lab; Ting Wang, PhD, Professor of Genetics, Professor of...

Samantha Morris named 2020 Sloan Research Fellow

Samantha Morris, Assistant Professor of Genetics and Developmental Biology at Washington University School of Medicine, was named a 2020 Sloan Research Fellow. The fellowship honors scholars in the U.S. and Canada “whose creativity, leadership, and independent...

Wang Lab has new preprint on coronavirus epidemic

The Wang Lab has a new preprint, “Exploring the coronavirus epidemic using the new WashU Virus Genome Browser.” The preprint focuses on the new WashU Virus Genome Browser, a web-based portal for viewing virus genomic data. The browser houses 16 complete...

Wang Lab releases new WashU Virus Genome Browser

The Wang Lab has released a new WashU Virus Genome Browser. “In addition to several included data tracks, the browser supports user-uploaded sequences, as well as two visualization platforms: a genomic track view and a phylogenetic tree view,” the lab said...

Tychele Turner wins 2019 Human Genetics SMRT Grant

Tychele Turner, PhD, Assistant Professor of Genetics at Washington University School of Medicine, recently won the 2019 Human Genetics SMRT Grant from Pacific Biosciences. Congratulations, Dr. Turner! Read more about Dr. Turner and her work in this Q&A with...