Neurogenetics and Transcriptomics

Organizer: Christina Gurnett Read More

About

As of fall 2016, the Neurogenetics Group is expanding to address Neurogenetics and Transcriptomics.  This is a diverse group of investigators whose independent research programs range from human genetics to genetic model organisms.  They share an interest in the genetic pathways underlying neurological disorders, techniques to identify those genetic pathways, and the use of genetics, genomics, and transcriptomics as tools to develop therapeutics.  Group meetings are open to the Washington University community, and those outside the Hope Center are welcome to present their work.

Organizer/Contact Information

For additional information about the Neurogenetics Group, please contact the organizer, Christina Gurnett or the administrative coordinator, Jan Konrad.

2016/2017 Schedule, Neurogenetics and Transcriptomics Group

2nd Tuesday of the month
8:30-9:30a
BJC Institute of Health 9AB

  • September 13: Bruno Benitez (WashU Medicine)
  • October 11: Mani Mahadevan (University of Virginia), “From Gene Discovery to Therapy: Translational Research in Myotonic Muscular Dystrophy”
    Note, this is a joint meeting of the Hope Center Neurogenetics and Neurodegeneration Groups.
  • November 15: Celeste Karch (WashU Psychiatry), “Whole genome sequencing of CRISPR/Cas9-modificed human iPSC”
  • December 13: Oscar Harari (Cruchaga Lab, WashU Psychiatry), “RNA-seq”
    Note this meeting will be held in BJC Institute of Health 11AB.
  • February 14: Don Conrad (WashU Genetics), “Drop-Seq: Methods and Applications of Single Cell Transcriptomics”
  • March 14: Barak Cohen (WashU Genetics), “High-throughput functional analysis of coding and non-coding DNA”
  • April 11: Dan Jacobson (Oak Ridge Laboratories)
  • August 17 (11:00a**): Amanda Myers (University of Miami), “The Human Brainome:  Genome, Transcriptome, Proteome and Phenome Interaction in Human Cortex”
    **Note the time.

All meetings are listed on the Neuroscience Calendar of the Office of Neuroscience Research.

For previous years’ talks, check out the archive links below.

Archives of previous seasons

2015/2016

2014/2015

2013/2014

2012/2013

2011/2012

Neurogenetics and Transcriptomics Faculty

Faculty organizer: Christina Gurnett

Affiliated faculty

Andrey Anokhin (WashU Psychiatry)
Randall Bateman (WashU Neurology)
Yehuda Ben-Shahar (WashU Biology)
Laura Bierut (WashU Psychiatry)
Kevin Black (WashU Psychiatry)
Azad Bonni (WashU Neuroscience)
David Brody (WashU Neurology)
Michael Bruchas (WashU Anesthesiology)
Zhou-Feng Chen (WashU Anesthesiology)
Milan Chheda (WashU Medicine)
Sharlee Climer (WashU Computer Science & Engineering)
Marco Colonna (WashU  Pathology & Immunology)
John Constantino (WashU Psychiatry)
Joseph Corbo (WashU  Pathology & Immunology)
Carlos Cruchaga (WashU Psychiatry)
Gerald Dorn (WashU  Medicine)
Joseph Dougherty (WashU Genetics)
Todd Druley (WashU Pediatrics)
Julaine Florence (WashU Neurology)
Harrison Gabel (WashU Neuroscience)
Jeffrey Gordon (WashU Pathology & Immunology)
Christina Gurnett (WashU Neurology)
David Gutmann (WashU Neurology)
Charles Harris (WashU Internal Medicine)
Tamara Hershey (WashU Psychiatry)
Erik Herzog (WashU  Biology)
Didier Hodzic (WashU Ophthalmology & Visual Sciences)
Sanjay Jain (WashU Internal Medicine)
Celeste Karch (WashU Psychiatry)
Albert Kim (WashU  Neurosurgery)
Kristen Kroll (WashU Developmental Biology)
Jin-Moo Lee (WashU Neurology)
Erik Lenze (WashU Psychiatry)
Moe Mahjoub (WashU Medicine)
Soe Soe Mar (WashU Neurology)
James “Pat” McAllister (WashU  Neurosurgery)
Robi Mitra (WashU Genetics)
Jeanne Nerbonne (WashU Internal Medicine)
Rosalind Neuman (WashU Psychiatry)
Colin Nichols (WashU Cell Biology & Physiology)
Brad Racette (WashU  Neurology)
Angela Reiersen (WashU Psychiatry)
Joshua Rubin (WashU Pediatrics)
Brad Schlaggar (WashU Neurology)
James Skeath (WashU Genetics)
Paul Taghert (WashU Neuroscience)
Liu Lin Thio (WashU  Neurology)
Alex Todorov (WashU Psychiatry)
Michael Wong (WashU Neurology)
Weixiong Zhang (WashU Computer Science & Engineering)
Greg Zipfel (WashU Neurosurgery)

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