March 7, 2022

Gabrielle Dotson to Give Chalk Talk at London Institute

Her talk covers successful realization of target cell identity following reprogramming requires specific and efficient cell state perturbations identifiable through a data-guided framework. Coupling time-dependent multi-dimensional data with control theory, data-guided control enables prediction of candidate reprogramming factors and evaluation of the efficacy of driving functional behavior in cells.

Gabrielle Dotson is a PhD Candidate in the Department of Computational Medicine & Bioinformatics. She previously studied Bioengineering at Stanford University and the National Institutes of Health. Her doctoral research is focused on the dynamics and control of genome organization in human cells.