Cohen Lab has a new preprint

The Cohen Lab has a new preprint, “A Test of the Pioneer Factor Hypothesis.” Jeff Hansen, a grad student in the lab, is lead author. Congratulations, all!

Cohen Lab collaborates on new preprint

The Cohen Lab collaborated with the Rubin Lab on a new preprint, “p53 mutations exhibit sex specific gain-of-function activity in gliomagenesis.” Nathan Rockwell, a grad student in the Rubin Lab, is lead author on the preprint. Congratulations, all!

Cohen Lab has a new preprint

The Cohen Lab has a new preprint, “Modular effects of gene promoters and chromatin environments on noise in gene expression.” Siqi Zhao, a graduate student in the lab, is lead author on the preprint. Congratulations, all!

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...

Cohen Lab has a new preprint

The Cohen Lab has a new preprint, “Information Content Differentiates Enhancers From Silencers in Mouse Photoreceptors.” Ryan Friedman, a graduate student in the lab, is lead author on the preprint. Barak Cohen, PhD, Professor of Genetics and the Alvin...

Cohen Lab graduate student gets F31 Fellowship

Ryan Friedman, a graduate student in the Cohen Lab, recently got an F31 Fellowship from the National Human Genome Research Institute to continue his work applying active machine learning and synthetic biology to better understand non-coding sequences. Congratulations,...

Cohen Lab publishes paper in eLife

The Cohen Lab recently had a paper published in eLife, “Synthetic and genomic regulatory elements reveal aspects of cis-regulatory grammar in mouse embryonic stem cells.” Dana King, PhD, previously a graduate student in the Cohen Lab, is first author on...

Cohen Lab postdoc receives NIH K99 career award

Max Staller, Ph.D., a postdoctoral fellow in the Cohen Lab at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, got a K99 career award from National Institutes of Health. His project, “High-Throughput Functional Interrogation of Mammalian Activation...