Buchser Lab has a new preprint

The Buchser Lab has a new preprint, “Mitochondrial Phenotypes Distinguish Pathogenic MFN2 Mutations by Pooled Functional Genomics Screen.” Lead authors include Alex Yenkin, a research technician in the lab, and Jack Bramley, a staff scientist in the lab....

Cohen Lab has a new preprint

The Cohen Lab has a new preprint, “Genomic environments scale the activities of diverse core promoters.” Authors include graduate student Clarice Hong and Barak Cohen, PhD, Professor of Genetics and the Alvin Goldfarb Distinguished Professor of...

Jin Lab publishes paper in Star Protocols

The Jin Lab published a paper in Star Protocols, “Analysis workflow to assess de novo genetic variants from human whole-exome sequencing.” Grad students Spencer King and Sam Peters are authors. Sheng Chih (Peter) Jin, PhD, Assistant Professor of Genetics...

Dougherty Lab has a new preprint

The Dougherty Lab has a new preprint, “Shared developmental gait disruptions across two mouse models of neurodevelopmental disorders.” Rachel Rahn, a graduate student in the lab, is lead author on the preprint. David Gutmann, MD, PhD, Director, Washington...

Dougherty Lab publishes a paper in Nature Communications

The Dougherty Lab published a paper in Nature Communications, “Loss of Quaking RNA binding protein disrupts the expression of genes associated with astrocyte maturation in mouse brain.” Lead author is Kristina Sakers, PhD, a former graduate student in the...

Dougherty Lab has a new preprint

The Dougherty Lab has a new preprint, “Transcriptional-Regulatory Convergence Across Functional MDD Risk Variants Identified by Massively Parallel Reporter Assays.” Bernie Mulvey, a grad student in the lab, is first author. Joe Dougherty, PhD, Associate...

Dougherty Lab contributes to new paper in Science Advances

The Dougherty Lab contributed to a new paper published in Science Advances, “Extended amygdala-parabrachial circuits alter threat assessment and regulate feeding.” Andrew Luskin, a former graduate student in the Department of Anesthesiology at Washington...

Morris Lab contributes to paper published in Developmental Cell

The Morris Lab contributed to a new paper published in Developmental Cell, “Localized EMT reprograms glial progenitors to promote spinal cord repair.” Dana Klatt Shaw, PhD, a postdoc in the Mokalled Lab at Washington University School of Medicine, is lead...