Lab News and Blog

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: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cell.2020.06.037

Calling Card paper published in Cell

Our collaboration with the Mitra lab, "Self-Reporting Transposons Enable Simultaneous Readout of Gene Expression and Transcription Factor Binding in Single Cells" has been published in Cell: DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cell.2020.06.037

Sam is a new Associate Editor at Development

Sam recently took on the role of Associate Editor at Development. She will be handling papers focusing on single-cell approaches in developmental and stem cell biology. You can read more here: https://dev.biologists.org/content/147/12/dev192450

Wenjun’s paper published in Nature Protocols

Wenjun's paper, "CellTagging: combinatorial indexing to simultaneously map lineage and identity at single-cell resolution". Has been published in Nature Protocols. Learn more about our CellTagging resources, here: http://morrislab.wustl.edu/celltagging-resources/

New preprints: CellOracle and Capybara!

We have two new preprints, one from Kenji and Christy on CellOracle, Dissecting cell identity via network inference and in silico gene perturbation. The second is from Wenjun and Cady on Cabybara: A computational tool to measure cell identity and fate transitions....

Sam named Allen Distinguished Investigator

Sam has been named a 2019 Allen Distinguished Investigator. Each award confers $1.5 million in research support over three years, for a total of $7.5 million in funding for studies of human diseases using stem cells and the development of new technologies to examine...

Chan Zuckerberg Initiative Seed Network grant awarded

We have recently been awarded a third grant from the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative in collaboration with Luca Pinello (MGH) and Jason Buenrostro (Broad Institute) on, "Single Cell Resolution of Cell Lineages and States Based on Chromatin Accessibility Combined with...