Congratulations to Emma on her newly awarded F30 Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award for DMD/PhD students. Emma will be investigating the role of the noncoding genome in risk for developing caries and other oral diseases.
Coverage of our latest work in the developing heart in UConn Today:
Emma successfully completed her qualifying exam and is now officially a DMD/PhD Candidate at UConn Health. Emma also got married this summer. Double congrats and hope to celebrate in person soon!
The Cotney lab, lead by Dr. Jennifer VanOudenhove and graduate student Tara Yankee, published a paper in Circulation Research describing chromatin and gene expression dynamics during human heart organogenesis. Check out our data on our website, our track hub on the UCSC Genome Browser, and read the paper at Circulation Research. Congrats all!
Nagham successfully completed here qualifying exam and is no officially a PhD Candidate in the Genetics and Developmental Biology AoC at UConn Health. Great job Nagham!
Tara passed her qualifying exam and is now officially a PhD Candidate in the Genetics and Developmental Biology AoC at UConn Health. Great job Tara!
The Cotney Lab welcomes Tara to the lab for her thesis research!