CVG Journal Club

The CVG Journal Club holds discussions of current articles drawn from broad, interdisciplinary topics which describe useful approaches, tools, and resources in genomics. Graduate students and post-docs in CVG labs will choose the topics/articles and lead the discussion. All CVG members and lab members are encouraged to attend. Meetings will be once per month, informal (and even fun!!), with snacks and drinks provided.

Organizers 2017-2018: John Schimenti, Tina Tran, and Roman Spektor

Upcoming Schedule

The CVG Journal Club will meet again in Fall 2018.

Recent Presentations

DATE TOPIC
Apr 26, 2018
/ 4:30-5:30pm
Presenter: Megan Rothstein
Priessl, S. et al. (2018). "Single-nucleus analysis of accessible chromatin in developing mouse forebrain reveals cell-type-specific transcriptional regulation." Nature Neuroscience 3: 432-39. link
Mar 29, 2018
/ 4:30-5:30pm
Presenter: Katla Kristjánsdóttir
Alasoo, K et al. (2018). "Shared genetic effects on chromatin and gene expression indicate a role for enhancer priming in immune response". Nature Genetics link
Feb 22, 2018
/ 4:30-5:30pm
Presenter: Jordana Bloom
Thion, MS et al. (2017) "Microbiome influences prenatal and adult microglia in a sex-specific manner". Cell. 172(3): 500-516 link
Jan 25, 2018
/ 4:30-5:30pm
Presenter: Emily Funk
Campbell-Staton, Shane C., et al. "Winter storms drive rapid phenotypic, regulatory, and genomic shifts in the green anole lizard." Science 357.6350 (2017): 495-498. link
Dec 7, 2017
/ 4:30-5:30pm
Presenter: Ian Rose
Simeonov et al. (2017). "Discovery of stimulation-responsive immune enhancers with CRISPR activation". Nature. link
Oct 26, 2017
/ 4:30-5:30pm
Presenter: Darshil Patel
Vaz, M. et al. (2017). "Chronic cigarette smoke-induced epigenomic changes precede sensitization of bronchial epithelial cells to single-step transformation by KRAS mutations". Cancer Cell. 32(3): 360-376. link
Sep 28, 2017
/ 4:30-5:30pm
Presenter: Lauren Choate
Rubin, Adam J., et al. "Lineage-specific dynamic and pre-established enhancer-promoter contacts cooperate in terminal differentiation." Nature genetics (2017). link

Past Presentations