Tyler publishes a first author paper in Patterns

Congratulations to Tyler for the acceptance by Patterns of the paper “Essential Regression – a generalizable framework for inferring causal latent factors from multi-omic datasets“, which he is first co-author. The paper describes a new method to develop predictive causal models in high-dimensional, highly collinear data. A pre-print of this paper can…

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Congratulations to Tyler for his F31 NIH fellowship

Tyler Lovelace, a CPCB PhD student in our group, was awarded an NIH F31 Predoctoral Fellowship from the National Library of Medicine (NLM). The F31 award is entitled “Causal graphical methods for high-dimensional heterogeneous biomedical data”.  We are very proud of Tyler who got this highly competitive award. Congratulations Tyler!  

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Takis presents at ROCKY 2021 conference

In the first in-person computational biology conference, ROCKY 2021, Takis made an oral and poster presentation regarding the work of former PhD student, Kristina Buschur, on COPD subtyping.  ROCKY conference was held in Snowmass, CO and followed all COVID guidances, requiring attendees to either show proof of vaccination or subjected…

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Feng publishes in Cell Reports Medicine

Congratulations to Feng (co-advised; primary advisor: Dario Vignali) for the acceptance by Cell Reports Medicine of the paper he co-authored “Critically ill COVID-19 patients 1 exhibit peripheral immune profiles predictive of mortality and reflective of SARS-CoV-2 viral burden in the lung“. The paper describes the results of analysis of single cell RNA-seq…

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