We are a computational biology research group at the Clemson University Center for Human Genetics. Our aim is to explore and understand the regulatory mechanisms of non-coding DNA. The long-term research goal is to answer the key scientific question” How non-coding genetic variant act through context specific gene regulatory network to influence phenotype”.
To this end, we develop novel computational tools for integrative analysis of genomics data to infer gene regulatory networks, to detect heterogeneity, and to annotate the regulatory function of genetic variants by context specific manner. (see Research).
We are looking for new Postdocs, graduate students, and ungraduate students to join the team (more info) !
Zhana visited the Department of Genetics at the Washington University in St. Louis and presented the LINGER method at the seminar.8 Sept. 2023
We recived 5 Years R35 fund from NIGMS/NIH, direct cost $1.25M!10 July 2023
Zhana named as a member of the Editorial Board of Genome Biology3 July 2023
Funded by the P20 COBRE grant as a research project leader, with a direct cost of $175k/year for four years.20 Oct. 2022
Zhana served as a reviewer for BDMA study section in NIH.15 Aug. 2022
Two graduate students Ishita Debnath and Fengge Chang joined our lab!19 July 2022
The unPairReg is published on Genome Biology . Congrats Qiuyue.16 May 2022
The scREG is published on Genome Biology . Congrats Cham and Naqing.