The Presidential Early-Career Award for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE) is the highest honor given by the U.S. government to outstanding scientists and engineers who are beginning their independent research careers and who show exceptional promise for leadership in science and technology.
Published today – result of great collaboration between the Gottesman (NCI) and Hourigan (NHLBI) labs at NIH using fantastic dataset generated from BeatAML 1.0 effort.
Congrats to Gege, Blair and our new friends in the Gottesman lab.
Lab co-author: Katie Lindblad
Lab first author: Hong Yuen
Lab co-authors: Katie Lindblad, Sheenu, Greg, Meg, Matt, Nestor, Jingrong, Julie, Blair, Laura and Katie Lai.
Lab Co-authors: Hong Yuen, Jingrong, Matt.
With more to come soon….
Our first pre-print! Congratulations to Kary Oetjen and rest of lab on what we hope will be a useful reference dataset – deep assessment of human bone marrow from twenty healthy human donors aged 24-84 by paired single-cell RNA-sequencing and multi-parameter 13-color flow cytometry (with mass cytometry as orthogonal validation of T and NK immunophenotype). Due-diligence benchmarking prior to our use of this technology on clinical trial samples shows great opportunity for proteogenomics/CITE-Seq/REAP-seq/Ab-Seq to help better resolve T and NK cell populations. Uploading dataset now – enjoy!
Single NGS assay to track APL, CBF AML and NPM1mutated AML to very high sensitivity (1 in 100,000 in some cases). Qiagen kit of this assay coming soon.
27th July 2018
An unexpected pleasure of the lab leaving party was having four generations of lab postbacs all in one place!
In order, from left to right:
Jack Ghannam 2018-Present
Katie Lindblad 2016-2018 (now PhD student, Mt. Sinai)
Matt Mulé 2014-2016 (now MD-PhD student, UNC and OxCam)
Meg Goswami 2012-2014 (now PhD student, GW-NIH)