Kasper hosted and presented the lab’s work on the BINe (Brain Interaction Network) project alongside Ed Scolnick, who is the founder of the Stanley Center at the Broad Institute and former Head of Research at Merck.
Former graduate student Taibo Li has been selected to present his work at the Stanley Center on cell-type specific RNA sequencing networks using GeNets as a platform talk at ASHG 2018 taking place in San Diego. Congratulations Taibo!
BINe-autism spectrum disorder project, in collaboration with Kevin Eggan Lab, was chosen for presentation at the outstanding SFARI fall meeting.
April Kim and Heiko Horn, along with members from the Eggan Lab (Natalie Petrossian, Billy Crotty, Eugene Nacu) presented their work on elucidating brain networks perturbed by genetics in psychiatric diseases at the 2018 iPSYCH meeting.
Kalliopi Tsafou, who received her PhD in Health Sciences from the University of Copenhagen and was a postdoctoral fellow at Toretsky Lab at Georgetown, joins the Lage Lab to focus on approaches that rely on the combination of protein interaction networks with temporal proteomic profiling towards illuminating otherwise hidden underlying disease mechanisms. Welcome Kalliopi!
Anika Gupta, who has been an MIT Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program researcher in the lab for 2 years, was recently accepted into the PhD programs of Harvard (Bioinformatics and Integrative Genomics), Harvard-MIT (Health Sciences and Technology), and Stanford Medicine (Biomedical Informatics). Anika was co-supervised with Aviv Regev.
Congratulations Anika – we couldn’t be more proud of you and wish you the very best of luck as a graduate student!!!
February 8, 2018
9:30 AM – 11:00 AM
415M-2-Monadnock (2040) (125) [desktop pc, microphone + speaker system, projector, touch panel phone], Medical and Population Genetics Program Talks
Medical and Population Genetics Program Meeting
Medical and Population Genetics Program
Organizer: Kasper Lage
Taibo Li: “A scored human protein interaction network to catalyze genomic interpretation”
Heiko Horn: “Expanding discovery from cancer genomes by coupling network analyses, massively parallel in vivo tumorigenesis experiments, and targeted patient-reanalysis”
Kevin Eggan: “Stem‐cell‐models to explore the molecular basis of complex traits”
Eugene Nacu/April Kim: “Human neuronal protein networks perturbed by genetics in psychiatric diseases”
Kasper spoke on his labs approaches in integrative analyses of genetic datasets in the session ‘Integrative Analysis, Dynamic Networks and Systems Immunology’ and chaired the session ‘Immuno-Oncology from Basic Science to Clinical Practice’
For full program click here.