APRIL 2020

Kathleen Keough did an evolutionary analysis that predicts a broad host range of SARS-COV-2 across vertebrates, suggesting humans could infect endangered species and domesticated animals. Read the pre-print.

MARCH 2020

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.

MARCH 2020

Read about our lab’s contributions to team science to elucidate causes of heart disease.

MARCH 2020

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.

FEBRUARY 2020

Congratulations Annamarie (Pre-doc) and Xiaofan (Post-doc) for being award the PhRMA Fellowship!

DECEMBER 2019

We are excited to start work on a new program project grant on 3D genome folding and epigenetics in cardiac developmental gene regulatory networks.

DECEMBER 2019

Gladstone’s science was featured on Headline News. Watch the long and short versions of the video.

SEPTEMBER 2019

Happy 40th Anniversary Gladstone! Katie was proud to speak about “Design for Inference” at our celebratory symposium.

SEPTEMBER 2019

Congratulations to the lab on publishing our 20th paper this year! Let’s keep up the amazing work.

AUGUST 2019

Our assembly and comparative genomics analysis of the Komodo dragon genome revealed positive selection and gene family expansions associated with this lizard’s amazing traits. Check out the paper, story, and New York Times coverage.

JULY 2019

Hassan was featured in a podcast about DNA shape and our algorithm ShapeMF.

JULY 2019

We published a manuscript about sequencing the Komodo dragon genome and using comparative genomics to understand the genetic basis of this species’ unique traits. Check out the story.

JULY 2019

We are organizing a Microbiome Symposium at the Chan Zuckerberg Biohub on September 30, 2019.

APRIL 2019

Katie Pollard was featured in the podcast Human about different perspectives on what makes us human.

APRIL 2019

Our manuscript on discovering >2000 new human microbiome species and their disease associations through metagenome-assembled-genomes appeared in Nature. Check out the Press release.

JANUARY 2019

Katie Pollard co-authors an article about the contradictions and complications of restricted-use genomic data in public repositories, promoting fully open data and thoughtful attribution for data producers.