Shiron Drusinsky received an NSF predoctoral fellowship!
Kathleen Keough’s paper showing that HARs are hijacked enhancers was published today in Science as part of the Zoonomia Consortium package. Our lab also contributed to two papers on evolutionary constraint, including Abigail Lind’s work on CMAH, an enzyme involved in viral infections. These discoveries were covered by the New York Times, Nature, NPR, Popular Science, and other media. Check out the press release.
The 4D Nucleome Project posted profiles of Katie and other female investigators as a program highlight.
Katie was featured in a UCSF short documentary for International Women’s Day.