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Department of Systems Biology Opens New Biotechnology Development Hub
The new space will promote the design of new experimental methods for studying biological systems, and enable an expansion of the Columbia Genome Center's next-generation sequencing capabilities.
RNA-Seq "Boot Camp" Resources Now Available
In June 2015, a five-part lecture series organized by the Department of Systems Biology covered new applications of RNA-Seq and methods for more effective data analysis. Click the link for lecture notes and other related information.
Mechanism of Kidney Transplant Tolerance Discovered
A new statistical approach for tracking expansion of rare T cell clones developed in Yufeng Shen's lab could make it possible to predict transplant rejection and provide evidence to guide the use of immuno- suppressive drugs.
Hynek Wichterle Appointed to Columbia Genome Center
As an associate director, Dr. Wichterle will advise on stem cell related projects and coordinate interactions between Columbia Stem Cell Facility and the Columbia Genome Center's High-Throughput Screening Facility.