Graduate Group in Genomics and Computational Biology

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  Name Research
Dustin Brisson Development of whole genome sequencing technologies for microbes in complex
communities
Rick Bushman Human microbiome, HIV, integration of new DNA
Casey Brown Our research focuses on how genotypes produce phenotypes and how they vary and evolve.
Pablo Camara The focus of our lab is on the development and application of innovative computational approaches to the study of cellular heterogeneity and its role in disease. 
Sharon Diskin Research interests: translational genomics in childhood
cancers.
Robert Babak Faryabi Development of clinical grad somatic calling approaches.
Elizabeth Grice Microbiome sequence analysis-whole metagenomic shotgun and 16S rRNA
sequence
Shane Jensen Sequence-based factors that influence gene expression
Junhyong Kim Single cell genomics, systems biology of cell function, evolution of cell function, population genetics and phylogenetics
Mingyao Li Development of statistical methods and algorithms for RNA-seq data analysis,
including single-cell RNA-seq data. Focus is on the development of methods for isoform expression quantification, differential expression, differential alternative splicing, and eQTL analyses.
John Maris Dr. Maris's research focuses on translational genomics and genetics of neuroblastoma.
Kate Nathanson Inherited and somatic genetics and genomics of cancer, developing piplines for analysis, integration of inherited and somatic genetics
Scott Poethig Genetic regulation of the juvenile-to-adult transition in plants. The developmental function of RNAi in plants
Jeffrey Saven Sequence variation, identification of remote homologs
Gerard Schellenberg  
Christian Stoeckert OrthoMCL for ortholog groups of protein sequences
Kai Tan Our lab is interested in Systems Biology of gene regulation in normal and disease development.
Sarah Tishkoff Whole genome and exome sequence analysis across ethnically diverse humans
Benjamin Voight Discovery of pathogenic, rare, non-coding variation for type-2 diabetes
faculty photo Li-San Wang Discovery of variation for Alzheimer's disease