Check out our recently published review article on genome-wide identification of enhancer elements in the placenta!
Dr. Geetu Tuteja was awarded an R01 grant from NICHD, NIH! This grant will allow the Tuteja Lab to study transcriptional regulatory networks governing early placental development.
Haninder Kaur was promoted from a Research Assistant II to an Assistant Scientist I! Congratulations, Haninder!
Ashish Jain passed his preliminary exam, which means he is officially a Ph.D. candidate. Congratulations, Ashish!
Ashish Jain was selected for a GDCB travel award! He will use it to present some of his work at the ISMB conference in Chicago this summer. Congratulations, Ashish!
Amanda Loke, an undergraduate research assistant in the lab, will be starting as a graduate student at the University of Wisconsin- Madison in the fall. She will be a PhD student in the Cancer Biology Program. Congratulations, Amanda!
Deciphering transcriptional regulation in human embryonic stem cells specified towards a trophoblast fate
An article from the Tuteja Lab, "Deciphering transcriptional regulation in human embryonic stem cells specified towards a trophoblast fate" was published in Scientific Reports today! Ashish Jain, 3rd year Bioinformatics and Computational Biology student, is lead author on the paper. This work was done in collaboration with Dr. Toshihiko Ezashi and Dr. Michael Roberts at the University of Missouri, Columbia. Congratulations, all!