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Wednesday, April 28
Genome Sciences Seminar: Dr. Jennifer Phillips-Cremins | University of Pennsylvania
"Engineering the repetitive 3D genome in human disease"
3:30 | held remotely
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Genome Sciences is pleased to announce that Dr. Alison Feder has accepted our offer to be an assistant professor and will join the department in 2021. Dr. Feder is currently a Miller Fellow at the University of California, Berkeley. She is a mathematical biologist who studies evolutionary forces that drive rapid adaptation, such as that seen in viruses becoming resistant to drugs.
Genome Sciences is pleased to announce that Dr. Devin Schweppe has accepted our offer to be an assistant professor and has joined our department. Dr. Schweppe comes to Genome Sciences from the lab of Dr. Steven Gygi at Harvard Medical School, where he was a postdoctoral fellow. Dr. Schweppe develops proteomics methods to analyze dynamic cellular signaling networks.
Robin Aguilar is author of an article in Nature.
Dr. Devin Schweppe and Dr. Will Fondrie, along with former GS members Drs. Lindsay Pino, Brian Searle, and Wout Bittremieux, are highlighted in the Journal of Proteome Research.
Introducing the Genome Sciences 2020 incoming class:
Leah Anderson – Ohio State University
Gabrielle Ferra – Brown University
Lincoln Harris – Swarthmore College
Chris Hsu – University of Washington
Aidan Keith – University of Washington
Tony Li – Johns Hopkins University
Chris McGann – Northeastern University
Alexis Neuman – Western Washington University
Luana Paleologu – University of Washington
Taylor Real – UC Santa Cruz
Elena Romero – Harvey Mudd College
Abbey Thorpe – George Washington University
Cassia Wagner – UW MSTP
UW Medicine Newsroom
GatesNotes: A new surveillance program in Seattle is detecting cases of COVID-19 and helping guide public health responses.
Dr. Trevor Bedford's research is featured in the Seattle Times.
Dr. Trevor Bedford's research is featured in the NY Times.