Latest News from Vaccarino Lab
Awarded Yale Child Study Center “Clinical & Research Faculty Development Fund”
- March 19, 2021Source: Science Vol 371, Issue 6535
Fasching L, Jang Y, Tomasi S, Schreiner J, Tomasini L, Brady MV, Bae T, Sarangi V, Vasmatzis N, Wang Y, Szekely A, Fernandez TV, Leckman JF, Abyzov A, Vaccarino FM. Early developmental asymmetries in cell lineage trees in living individuals. Science. 2021 Mar 19. PMID: 33737484.
- March 18, 2021Source: YaleNews
Using skin cells harvested from two living humans, researchers in the lab of Yale’s Flora Vaccarino were able to track their cellular lineage by identifying tiny variations or mutations contained within the genomes of those cells.
- February 19, 2021
Soraya Scuderi, PhD wins a Pilot Research Award for Yale Child Study Center Trainees.
- November 12, 2020
"SCELLECTOR: ranking amplification bias in single cells using shallow sequencing"
- October 28, 2020Source: Mosaics in mind: Studies find that not all neural genomes are alike
For this issue of neuroDEVELOPMENTS, we focus on the startling reality of the mosaic nature of genomes in the human brain.
- July 13, 2020
"PsychENCODE and beyond: transcriptomics and epigenomics of brain development and organoids"
- July 02, 2020
Our preview of Cederquist et al 2020 is out in Cell Stem Cell. We describe and comment on the recent work of the Studer group in investigating multiple mutations in pooled approach.
- June 01, 2020
Congratulations to Melanie Brady and Sharif Kronemer, 2020 Annie Le Fellows
- May 06, 2020
Flora Vaccarino, MD, and Andre Levchenko, EngScD, (Biomedical Engineering), were awarded a $100,000 grant by the Kavli Institute for Neuroscience for their project, “Engineering Organoid-Based Brain Circuits.”