Jun Li, Ph.D.Professor of Human GeneticsProfessor & Associate Chair for Research of Computational Medicine and BioinformaticsFaculty, Center for Statistical Genetics; Comprehensive Cancer CenterMember, Depression Center; Michigan Diabetes Research Center; Michigan Metabolomics & Obesity CenterCo-Director, Michigan Center for Single-Cell Genomic Data Analytics
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A one-day retreat orgonized by Anna Gilbert (Mathematics), Jiandie Lin (LSI), Evan Keller (Urology & Pathology), and Jun Li (Human Genetics & DCMB).
The retreat was aimming to 1) promote interactions among various groups who use single-cell omics technologies in their research 2) exchange thoughts on existing technologies, and discuss shared systems or resources we hope to develop in U-M.
‘We are increasingly exposed’: New studies show how easy it is to identify people using genetic databases
Why White Supremacists Are Chugging Milk (and Why Geneticists Are Alarmed)
2018.10 ASHG at San Diego
5 members of the Li lab attended the 2018 ASHG at San Diego:
They met 2 former lab members, Shweta and Yu-yu.
One of Jun's papers was mentioned during the ASHG Presidential Address.
Qianyi co-moderated the platform session 28: Sequencing-based Diagnostics for Newborns and Infants
Xianing presented his research on gene expression inequality in single cells in one of the sessions.
Sahar, a former lab member, was being featured on many banners at ASHG.
The 2018 Saltiel Life Sciences Symposium will bring pioneers in the field of single cell biology to the University of Michigan to discuss the scientific advances driving the field forward. The speakers’ broad areas of expertise — from neuroscience, to immunology, to computer science and computational biology — reflect the widespread applicability and relevance of single cell research techniques.
The second annual Single-cell Genomic Data Analytics Symposium took place on Aug. 6, 2018. The day long symposium featured researchers from U-M and around the world whose work is on the leading edge of innovation and discovery. This symposium was organized by the Michigan Center for Single-Cell Genomic Data Analytics and sponsored by the Michigan Institute for Data Science. Schedule
Dana Pe’er, Scientific Director, GMTEC; Chair, Computational and Systems Biology Program, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.
Christina Kendziorski, Professor, Biostatistics and Medical Informatics, University of Wisconsin
Peter Kharchenko, Assistant Professor of Biomedical Informatics Harvard Medical School
Emma Lundberg, Visiting Associate Professor, Stanford University; Associate Professor, KTH Royal Institute of Technology
2018.06 Shweta's farewell reception
Shweta was a PhD student in the Dept. of Bioinformatics. She worked on the development of various analytical tools (i.e. power analysis of CNV detection) as well as the genetic and expression analysis of complex diseases. She is currently a postdoctoral fellow in University of Pennsylvania.
Psychiatric Genetics: A Primer for Clinical and Basic Scientists
Chapter 13: Next-generation sequencing in genetic studies of psychiatric disorders