We are a bioinformatics research lab focused on developing novel methods and using them to study genome evolution, organization, and regulation. Our mission is to decode biomedical knowledge that is missed without rigorous statistical approaches.
We are so happy to welcome Catherine Tchendjieu to Gladstone as a new investigator!
Our collaborative culture was featured on the American Productivity & Quality Center Blog.
Grad student Maureen Pittman published her work on using AP-MS protein networks to identify new congenital heart disorder genes. This was a great collaboration. Read the story.
Our Biohub team, led by postdoc Jason Shi, published a method for fast, accurate genotyping of microbiomes. Read the press release about this paper and our single-cell genomics approach for tracking how microbiome strains evolve within a person’s gut.
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