Alumna publishes epigenetics work in Cell
In a recent issue of Cell that highlights groundbreaking research from the International Human Epigenome Consortium, SanD alumna Louella Vasquez and her collaborators in the EU Blueprint Epigenome project present a detailed study on the complex relationships among genetic and epigenetic factors and disease-causing phenotypes in human immune cells. Louella is a staff scientist at the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute in Cambridge.
Chen, L, et al. Genetic drivers of epigenetic and transcriptional variation in human immune cells, Cell 167, 1398-1414 (2016).