Work out today from our collaboration with the Kentros Lab at @NTNU and @uoregon identifying region specific enhancers in the mouse brain. Congrats Stefan!
Our work on analyzing the epigenome of human craniofacial development is out today today in Cell Reports. Congrats to everyone who contributed to this work. Looking forward to many more publications to come!
Please check out our YouTube video tutorial for loading and using our Craniofacial Epigenomics Atlas. If you have questions or suggestions for future videos or gene shortcuts please let us know.
The Cotney lab was featured in UConn Today along with other labs from UConn Health and JAXGM that were recently awarded R35 MIRA grants. Congrats to all these great labs! Looking forward to great science from all in the New Year!
Congrats to Andrea on winning the top student poster at the Department of Genetics and Genome Sciences annual retreat! The retreat was held December 6th at the Farmington Marriott. Talks by JAXGM‘s Bill Skarnes, GGS’s Sandra Garrett, and graduate student Emaly Peicuch, posters by postdocs and graduate students, and interactions amongst members of UConn Health and JAXGM made for an excellent retreat. Thanks to Isolde Bates for all your work organizing the event.
Today Andrea successfully completed her qualifying exam and can now continue her thesis research in the lab. Congrats Andrea!
The first preprint from the Cotney lab on Human Craniofacial Epigenomics is out now on Biorxiv.org. Comments and suggestions are welcomed!