Sara Flano successfully defended her Biology Honors Thesis, entitled “Defining the cis-regulatory sequence elements regulated by BAF complexes containing different ARID1 variants“. She earned “Highest Honors” from her committee. She is the first undergraduate in the lab to defend an honors thesis. Thank you for blazing such a exemplary trail. Great job, Sara!
We are thrilled to welcome Yonina Loskove, a Ph.D. student in the Genetics and Molecular Biology (GMB) Graduate Program , who will be joining us to perform her Ph.D. thesis research. We are also thrilled to welcome several excellent undergraduate students who will be joining us for research this semester: Sona Davis, Jordyn Kirksey, Sylvie […]
We’re thrilled to have Susan Plott join our team as Lead Research Specialist, and Mohamed Momin join our team as Senior Bioinformatics Analyst. Welcome aboard, Susan and Mohamed!
Emory Faculty have developed an unofficial Land Acknowledgement and History Statement for Emory University. This is one important step — but only one — toward recognizing and repairing the long history of policies and ideas that are hostile toward Indigenous people. Context: For several years an ad hoc coalition of Native American, Indigenous, and allied […]
We’re seeking a Bioinformatics Scientist to join our team, who is excited about analyzing cutting-edge single-cell and multi-omic data to answer questions about mechanisms of gene regulation. Please find the official job posting here: https://staff-emory.icims.com/jobs/64263/job