Congrats to Rose Zhao for being awarded a 2019 Loren E. Wold Award!

Congratulations to Rose for winning a BU Biology department 2019 Loren E. Wold award for her outstanding UROP (undergraduate research opporunity program) application!

The Loren E. Wold Research Awards have been established by Biology alumnus Dr. Loren E. Wold (CAS ’97), a distinguished research scientist and Professor at Ohio State University. Dr. Wold is a strong advocate of undergraduate research and mentoring. This is the first year the department is offering these awards (to four outstanding undergraduate researchers).

New paper from Ashley and Jessica!

Congratulations to Ashley and Jessica! Their co-author paper on Nuclear Receptor specificity has been accepted to Nature Communications!

Penvose & Keenan et al. (accepted) Nature Communications “Comprehensive study of nuclear receptor DNA binding provides a revised framework for understanding receptor specificity”

Nima & Dave paper accepted in Nucleic Acids Research

Congrats to Nima and Dave whose paper on the nextPBM technology was just accepted at Nucleic Acids Research

Mohaghegh & Bray et al. (2019) “NextPBM: a platform to study cell-specific transcription factor binding and cooperativity” NAR 47(6):e31

Heather awarded ITP Fellowship!

Congratulations to Heather Hook who has been awarded at Immunology Training Grant Fellowship!

Congratulations to Vijendra!

Congratulations to Vijendra (Siggers lab Undergrad/Technician alumni) on his acceptance to Columbia Grad School!

Welcome Heather Hook!

Welcome to Heather Hook, our lab’s newest PhD student!

Kellen speaking at CSHL Meeting: Gene Regulation in the Immune System

Congratualtions to Kellen for being selected to speak at the upcoming 2018 CSHL Meeting: Gene Regulation in the Immune System!

Congratulations to Kellen and Ashley!

Congratulations to Kellen Andrilenas for winning the Biology Department’s I. A. Macchi award (supporting an outstanding student in regulatory biology to attend a conference) and to Ashley Penvose for winning the Dr. Marion R. Kramer Scholarship (support for a high-achieving female student in biology). Great work!

Congratulations to Kellen on his recent NAR paper!

Congrats to Kellen, Vijendra, Jesse and Brandon on the publication of their paper in NAR.

Andrilenas et al. (2018) Nucleic Acids Research “DNA-binding landscape of IRF3, IRF5 and IRF7 dimers: implications for dimer-specific gene regulation”

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/29361124

Congrats to David Bray for 2nd place poster award @ BU Bioinformatics Symposium

Congrats to David for his 2nd place poster award at the BU Bioinformatics Symposium for his work with Nima Mohaghegh on lineage-determining transcription factors