Lab News and Blog

Travis Law named as 2022 Tanaka Fellow!

Graduate student, Travis Law (Computational and Systems Biology) has been selected to receive the Inaugural Mr. Tsunemaru Tanaka and Mrs. Megumi Tanaka Graduate Research Fellowship. This bi-annual fellowship is made possible by the remarkable generosity of Mr....

R21 Grant Awarded

We have been awarded an NIH R21 grant from the National Institute Of Arthritis And Musculoskeletal And Skin Diseases (NIAMS) for our project, "Tracing the origin of regenerative and scarring fibroblasts during wound healing with single-cell technologies". Our postdoc,...

Sarah Waye successfully defends!

Sarah Waye has successfully defended her thesis, “Regional Reprogramming and the Small Intestine: Analysis and Modeling of Adaptive Regeneration of the Epithelium”. Congratulations, Sarah!

Tayyab Adil joins the lab as a postdoc!

Tayyab received his bachelor’s degree in Biotechnology from Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee in 2014. During his undergrad, Tayyab spent a summer studying the role of TET3 in development and pluripotency in the Rudolf Jaenisch lab at the Whitehead Institute. For...

Wenjun Kong named as 2021 Covey Fellow!

Our graduate student, Wenjun Kong (Computational and Systems Biology) has been selected to receive the 2020-2021 Douglas Covey Graduate Student Fellowship. This fellowship is made possible by scientific discoveries by Professor Covey and his trainees in the area of...

Paper published in eLife

Our paper, "High-resolution transcriptional and morphogenetic profiling of cells from micropatterned human embryonic stem cell gastruloid cultures." has been published in eLife:    

Sam named NYSCF Robertson Investigator

Sam has been named a Robertson Investigator of the New York Stem Cell Foundation. The NYSCF Investigator Program fosters and encourages promising early career scientists whose cutting-edge research holds the potential to accelerate treatments and cures. We will use...

Paper published in Cell Stem Cell

Our paper, "Single-Cell Analysis of Neonatal HSC Ontogeny Reveals Gradual and Uncoordinated Transcriptional Reprogramming that Begins before Birth" has been published in Cell Stem Cell: