Congratulations to Luis Diaz for being a peer mentor in the SF Build / Metro College Success program!
Reuben Thomas is leading an effort to predict clinical outcomes in HIV and COVID-19 with machine learning applied to blood biomarkers and genomics. Read the story.
Our enhancer atlas of the developing human brain was published in Cell. Read the story.
The lab participated in ShutDownSTEM and other anti-racism protests.
Katie gave a Gladstone Newton Series Webinar about exploring human microbes through big data.
Katie is co-author on an op/ed piece in the SF Chronicle about the impacts of the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic on scientists without childcare and schools.
Read about data science efforts at Gladstone!
We’re very proud of the work Alex Pico and colleagues are doing to develop network based data resources for COVID-19 research. Read about it here.
Read about our lab’s contributions to team science to elucidate causes of heart disease.
On March 5, 2020, Katie will be speaking at an Exploratorium After Dark event BioFutures: Exploring Human Microbes Through Big Data. Detail and tickets here.
We are excited to start work on a new program project grant on 3D genome folding and epigenetics in cardiac developmental gene regulatory networks.
Happy 40th Anniversary Gladstone! Katie was proud to speak about “Design for Inference” at our celebratory symposium.
Congratulations to the lab on publishing our 20th paper this year! Let’s keep up the amazing work.