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Over the past year, research from the Parker Lab and their collaborators [1-3] has contributed significantly to understanding diabetes. This research was highlighted as part of the
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CCMB faculty members H.V. Jagadish and Jianzhi Zhang were among the seven U-M scientists named to 2017 AAAS fellows . Congratulations to all!
Both Christopher Castro and Alex Kalinin, Ph.D. candidates, have each recently been awarded a Rackham Graduate Student Research Grant .
DCMB faculty member, Cristen Willer, is a senior author of two recent publications in Nature Genetics.
The Bioinformatics Program congratulates Scott Ronquist on his recent first-author publication, Algorithm for cellular reprogramming in Proceedings of the National
Let's congratulate Ricardo D'Oliveira Albanus (Steve Parker lab) for winning the "Most likely transformative scientific impact" award at the October 11 MIDAS Symposium .
A study of diverse people from Africa shows that the genetic story of our skin is more complicated than previously thought.
The Bioinformatics Program congratulates Alex Kalinin on his acceptance into the prestigious Stanford U.S.-Russia Forum (SURF) .
Congratulations Peter Orchard & Shweta Ramdas!
Prof. Olivier Jolliet and Bioinformatics Ph.D. candidate, Vy Nguyen, have recently been awarded a grant from the University of Michigan Center for Occupational Health and Safety Engineering for their proposal, “Biomarker Based Occupational Exposome”.
The 4D Nucleome (4DN) refers to the dynamical relationships among nuclear structures, the transcriptional landscapes, and cellular phenotypes.
Ranked No. 1 in Michigan and No. 6 in the country, Michigan Medicine's adult hospitals were recognized among the best in the nation by U.S. News & World Report for 2017-18.
Schnell will assume leadership of the department while a national search is conducted for a permanent chair.
BBC program Click hears from Kayvan Najarian, Ph.D. about moving towards technology that can monitor the health of someone driving a car to predict if they are going to have a heart attack.
Negar Farzenah, Ph.D. student in the Bioinformatics Program, pursues research in the lab of Prof. Kayvan Najarian . She was recently awarded a 2017-2018 Michigan
Laura Seaman, Ph.D. candidate in Bioinformatics, recently received the Best Contributed Speaker Award at NetSci 2017 for her presentation “The 4D Nucleome of Cancer”.
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