Laboratory of Integrative Genomics
[02/04/2016] Brandon's THS-seq method was published on
[08/24/2014] Noi & Dinh's review on DNA methylation analysis appeared on
Nature Review Genetics
[08/01/2014] The Zhang, Huang and Bafna groups won a R01 grant under the
NHGRI Advanced DNA Sequencing Technology program
to develop a next-generation single-cell sequencing technology
[11/10/2013] Jeff's work on
UCSD JSOE Press Release
NIH Director's Blog
NMeth Method of the Year
[11/28/2012] Athurva became a
[11/13/2012] Rui and Dinh's study of the roles of Tet1 on germ cells appeared on
The Zhang lab leads a Single Cell Genomics Center funded by the NIH Roadmap Program.
Discovery of Reprogramming Signature May Help Overcome Barriers to Stem Cell-Based Regenerative Medicine.
The Hottest Research of 2011.
[12/20/2011] San Diego Union Tribune:
A look into the future of genetic medicine.
[12/9/2011] Time Magazine - Top 10 Medical Breakthroughs:
Scientists use cloning to create stem cells.
Link to the paper
[6/1/2011] Genome Technology:
To Map a Methylome
Nature Methods: Microarray, megasynthesis.
Nearly 30 Percent of New CIRM Awards go to UC San Diego Stem Cell Researchers.
Gene Correcting does not substantially Increase Stem Cell Mutations.
Five more years of Nature Biotechnology research.
[3/2/2011] Athurva & Alice's work on hiPS mutations appeared on
. Commentary & Press:
SD Union Tribute
NPR Science Friday
Genome Technology: Studying the Individual Cell
Nature Methods: Epigenome mapping in motion.
[03/29/2009] Ida's paper on targeted methylation analysis of stem cells appeared on
. It is highlighted in
[10/07/2008] The Zhang lab was awarded a
technology development grant
from the NIH Human Microbiome Project.
[09/30/2008] The Zhang lab received
a NIH RoadMap grant
to study epigenetic reprogramming in stem cells.
[09/09/2008] Dr. "Ida" Jie Deng received a CIRM-UCSD Post-doctoral Fellowship for stem cell research.
[12/03/2007] Prof. Zhang was profiled as one of the
Rising Young Investigators
by Genome Technology.
A method for targeted exonome resequencing was published online at Nature Methods.
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