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2012 GSI Research Symposium
Students in the Graduate Program for Genetics and Genomics attended the 2012 Genome Science Research Symposium held on the Boston Medical School Campus in October.
Two GPGG graduate students, Hila Milo Rasouly (third year) and Kristen Ott (fifth year), presented oral presentations.
Hila Milo Rasouly – Loss of Robo2 Improves Survival of ILK Mutant Mice
Kristen Ott – Characterizing spindle-E, a protein involved in guarding the genome
Four graduate students, Carly Garrison (third year), Sarah Kleinsorge (fourth year), Elyse Kozlowski (third year) and Rebecca Kusko (fouth year), presented poster presentations.
Carly Garrison – MiR-4423 promotes cilated cell fate during airway epithelium differentiation
Sarah Kleinsorge – The mitochondrial protein cytochrome c heme lyase is necessary for cell polarity
Elyse Kozlowski – The ZCCHC11 terminal uridyltransferase drives mouse testicular development and spermatogenesis
Rebecca Kusko - Comprehensive genomic profiling of the lung transcriptome in emphysema and IPF using RNA-Seq