We are delighted to be working with rotation students Helen Huang, Nicole Zeltser, Jon Mah, Alejandro Espinoza, and Albert Xue this year!
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This summer we have a full house with many interns joining us, as well as new incoming PhD students including Albert Xue, Jon Mah, and Mariana Harris! Here’s our group […]
This summer we are delighted to welcome four new BIG (Bruins in Genomics) summer interns to our group: Shavonna Jackson, Etan Dieppa, Kevin Delao, and Maya Singh! Etan Dieppa […]
Check out our latest paper on BioRxiv: https://www.biorxiv.org/content/10.1101/2020.06.20.163261v1 Whether hard sweeps or soft sweeps dominate adaptation has been a matter of much debate. Recently, we developed haplotype homozygosity statistics that […]
Today Leah Briscoe will speak about her work on batch correction of microbiome data for improved phenotype prediction at the QCBio seminar series!
Nandita had the opportunity to join the Women in Science group at USC for a virtual coffee hour where she and others had a chance to brainstorm ideas for working […]
We are delighted to welcome William Shoemaker and Ricky Wolff to our growing group! Will is an NSF-funded postdoctoral scholar and joining us from his PhD lab in Indiana University. […]
Our latest collaboration on studying the Genetic Adaptation in NYC Rats is now on BioRxiv! Here we apply the G12 statistic, which can detect hard and soft sweeps from unphased […]
We are happy to share our latest collaboration examining the evolutionary dynamics in a single indivudual with high-res longitudinal data generated with long-read sequencing technology. Here, we show that genetic […]
We are very happy that our review on Population Genetics in the Microbiome has been recently accepted to Trends in Genetics! The review will be officially published in January, but […]