Peter Berube has been selected to become a Trainee in the NIH funded Pathways in Biological Science (PiBS) Graduate Training Program. Congratulations Peter!
Hanqing Liu receives David V. Goeddel Endowed Graduate Fellowship
Peter Berube, UCSD Division of Biological Sciences PhD graduate student joins the lab. Welcome Peter!
Mapping the Cellular Social Network of Proteins
Chongyuan Luo in Nature Communications
Congratulations Chongyuan Luo on Nature Communications publication describing snmC-seq2 – terrific improvements to single cell methylome profiling method!
Bobby Henley received an BRAIN Initiative Fellows: Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award (NRSA) Individual Postdoctoral Fellowship.
Shelly submitted her thesis on August 31! Congrats Shelly – moving on to postdoc at UW!
Mapping genome-wide transcription-factor binding sites using DAP-seq
Arabidopsis Research Roundup: January 29th
Ecker Lab featured in Popular Science
Ecker Lab featured in Discover Magazine
Grafted plants’ genomes can communicate with each other
Salk researchers chart landscape of genetic and epigenetic regulation in plants
Gauging stem cells for regenerative medicine
Extensive Variation Revealed in 1001 Genomes and Epigenomes of Arabidopsis
Fertility success may get boost from new research
Salk Researchers Say Plant May Hold Key To Drought Resistance
New kinds of brain cells discovered by Salk, UCSD scientists
Scientists from the Salk Institute and University of California San Diego report identifying a number of previously unknown types of human brain cells. They’ve also discovered genetic switches that make these neurons. (more…)
Systemic silencing: Mobile sRNA stabilizes genomes
Transcriptional gene silencing is a pivotal mechanism for regulating gene expression and genome stability. In Arabidopsis, combined analyses of small RNAs (sRNAs) and DNA methylation reveals that mobile 24-nt sRNAs are involved in reinforcing genome-wide silencing of transposons through DNA methylation. (more…)