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“Epigenetic Mechanisms and Persistence of the Relationship Between in Utero Exposures and Child Growth”
Dr. Annie Hoen was awarded an R01 in biomedical informatics from the National Library of Medicine. The work funded by this grant will build new computational tools for integrating multi-omic data for quantitatively describing the interactions within human-associated microbial communities, and how they can be associated with disease risk. Also contributing to this work are Dr. Margaret Karagas, Dr. Juliette Madan and Dr. Jason Moore and Dr. Hongzhe Li at University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Hoen is welcomes inquiries from graduate students and postdoctoral fellows interested in developing projects related to these goals. Read More…
Dr. Zhigang Li received a five-year R01 grant (R01GM123014) from the National Institute of Health. Collaborators on this grant include Drs. James O’Malley, Margaret Karagas, Juliette Madan, Brock Christensen and Anne Hoen at Dartmouth, and Dr. Hongzhe Li at the University of Pennsylvania. To fulfill the study goals, this 2-million grant will also hire a couple of postdoc research associates and a research analyst, and sponsor graduate students.
Dartmouth’s School of Graduate and Advanced Studies featured a piece on Dartmouth MCB Alums, Sarah Pendergrass, PhD, Shinichiro Fuse, PhD, and Yolanda Nesbeth, PhD, who spoke at the annual Big Data in the Life Sciences Symposiumfunded by the Burroughs Wellcome Fund held in May. Read More…