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Revision as of 20:33, 12 January 2009

DNA synthesis & sequencing . Genome capture & amplification . Stem cell genomics . Genetical genomics

Investigators

  • PI: Prof. Kun Zhang
  • Post-doc:
    • Jie Deng (Ida)
  • Graduate student:
    • Athurva Gore (rotation)
    • Jeff Gole (rotation)
    • Two openings.
  • Undergraduate:
    • Zhe Li (Alice)
    • Kyle Brubake
    • Denise Yu (Regent Scholar)

News:

  • [10/07/2008] The Zhang lab was awarded a technology development grant from the NIH Human Microbiome Project.
  • [09/30/2008] The Zhang lab received a NIH RoadMap grant to study epigenetic reprogramming in stem cells.
  • [09/09/2008] Dr. "Ida" Jie Deng received a CIRM-UCSD Post-doctoral Fellowship for stem cell research.


Archive

Address: 9500 Gilman Drive, MC0412, La Jolla, CA 92093-0412
Lab: PFBH406; Office: PFBH402/403/404; Phone: 858-822-7876; Fax: 858-534-5722;


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