The lab welcomes a new Post-doctoral associate, Anton Molyboha!
On February 23 Alexandra Pushkar presented her current work about evolution of electron transfer at collaborative lab meeting of Environmental Biophysics and Molecular Ecology Laboratory of Rutgers University.
An article "Computational predictors fail to identify amino acid substitution effects at rheostat positions" by Miller et al. came out in Nature Scientific Reports.
The Pacific Symposium on Biocomputing 2017 (PSB) workshop on "Computational approaches to understanding of molecular function" is now taking place.
Fourth International Society for Computational Biology Latin America Bioinformatics Conference, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Dr. Yana Bromberg is chairing the Proteins session of the fourth International Society for Computational Biology Latin America Bioinformatics Conference (ISCB-LA) together with Dr. Diego U. Ferreiro (Laboratorio de Fisiología de Proteins, Dpto Química Biológica / IQUIBICEN-CONICET, Facultad de Ciencias Exactas y Naturales, Universidad de Buenos Aires).
Chengsheng Zhu will present his current work about functional annotation of metagenomes directly from short reads at the departmental seminar of Biochemistry and Microbiology.
(November 18th, 3:30pm, Alampi Room IMSC)
The Theobald Smith Society (NJ American Society for Microbiology) will be hosting a meeting on Monday, November 14 between 6-9 pm on the Rutgers, Cook Campus (IMCS-Marine Science building in the Alampi Room).
Dr. Yana Bromberg will be the main speaker followed by Flash Talks from student members of TTS.
Talk title: Tell me what you do and I’ll tell you who you are: functional basis of microorganism and microbiome annotation.
Following an extensive hiring and subsequent selection process, we proudly welcome the most recent member of the BrombergLab, M.Sc. Luigi Jr. He will certainly prove to be a contributing member of our growing lab.
Chengsheng Zhu will present his current work about functional annotation of metagenomes directly from short reads at the Molecular BioScience seminar.
(October 27th, 4:00pm, Auditorial Room at Waksman Institute)
AVA,DX: ANALYSIS OF VARIATION FOR ASSOCIATION WITH DISEASE
Every person is genetically predisposed to number of disorders that could significantly affect their span or quality of life.
AVA, Dx will motivate new experimentally-testable hypothesis regarding the biological mechanisms of various diseases and provide a means for earlier prognosis, more accurate diagnosis and the development of better treatments.