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Blog posts : "bioinformatics"

Melody Hancock joins the Reif Lab!

Melody Hancock is a Master of Physiology student at NC State University. She received her B.S. in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, with a double major in Spanish, from Mercer University in Macon, GA. Her research focuses on methods for optimizing multivariate profiling methods, such as ToxPi, for…

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Preethi Thunga joins the Reif Lab!

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Preethi is pursuing her PhD in the Bioinformatics graduate program.

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Marissa's ASHG submission awarded "Reviewer's Choice"

Marissa Kosnik's submission to the 2018 American Society of Human Genetics (ASHG) meeting in San Diego has been selected as a  Reviewers’ Choice Abstract. It means that the abstract scored in the top 10% of poster abstracts as determined by the reviewers’ score.

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Michele Balik-Meisner successfully defends her PhD!

Michele Balik-Meisner successfully defended her doctoral dissertation, entitled "Gene-by-Environment Interactions Associated with Inter-Individual Variation in Response to Chemical Exposure".  

Michele will continue her research as a Bioinformaticist at Sciome

Congratulations!!!

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Integrating Morphological and Behavioral Phenotypes in Developing Zebrafish

Zhang G., Truong L., Tanguay R.L., Reif D.M. (2017) Integrating Morphological and Behavioral Phenotypes in Developing Zebrafish. In: Kalueff A. (eds) The rights and wrongs of zebrafish: Behavioral phenotyping of zebrafish. Springer, Cham.

http://www.springer.com/us/book/9783319337739

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Reif presents in Systematic Evaluation of the Application of Zebrafish in Toxicology (SEAZIT) series

David Reif presented as part of the ongoing Systematic Evaluation of the Application of Zebrafish in Toxicology (SEAZIT) webinar series. 

A New Statistical Approach to Characterize Chemical-Elicited Behavioral Effects in High-Throughput Studies Using Zebrafish (2017) PLoS One

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