CAGT names first Genome Technology Fellows
The Center for Advanced Genomic Technologies (CAGT) provided fellowships to support postdoctoral trainees who are conducting research to develop and apply genomic technologies and methods for associated computational analyses to basic and applied biomedical sciences.
We have awarded two Genome Technology Fellows who will receive support for two years and participate in mentored research.
Congratulations to our Genome Technology Fellows!
Fellow: Yueyuan Xu, PhD | Cell Biology
Mentor: Yarui Diao, PhD | Assistant Professor of Cell Biology
Co-Mentor: Kevin Southerland, MD | Assistant Professor of Surgery
Research Project: Analyzing 4D Nucleome of ischemia-induced muscle damage and repair with HiCAR technology
Fellow: Sushant Bangru, PhD | Cell Biology
Mentor: Kenneth Poss, PhD | James B. Duke Distinguished Professor of Cell Biology
Research Project: Quantitative assessment of gene activity correlates of signaling waves during regeneration