The University of Michigan Chromatin Club is dedicated to understanding chromatin dynamics in development and disease.

Objective

To promote cutting-edge technologies to interrogate epigenetic and proteomic changes at the single cell and single locus resolution.

The enabling technology will facilitate the elucidation of fundamental mechanisms of cell heterogeneity that offers translational potential for interrogating rare cell populations.

Announcements

Upcoming Monthly Seminar (2019-2020)

2019. 9. 4. (Wed): Dr. Greg Dressler (lab website)

2019. 10. 2. (Wed): Gloria Diaz (student in Ryan Bailey’s lab)

2019. 11. 6. (Wed): Dr. Carl Koschmann

2019. 12. 4. (Wed): Dr. Doug Engel

2020. 1. 8. (Wed): V. Miguel Palomar (visiting student in Andrzej Wierzbicki’s lab)

2020. 2. 5. (Wed): Dr. Stephanie Bielas

2020. 3. 4. (Wed): Dr. Filip Bednar

2020. 4. 1. (Wed): Dr. Gyorgyi Csankovszki

2020. 5. 6 (Wed): Dr. Maria Castro

2020. 6. 3. (Wed): Dr. Laurie Svoboda

Featured News

Speaker: Sriram Venneti (Learn more about his laboratory here)

Location: Buhl Building Rm 5915

 In our Biosciences Initiative Exploratory Funding (BIEF) proposal, we propose to develop, import, and distribute to the University of Michigan research community reagents and technologies that will enable single-cell and locus-specific chromatin proteomics. This capability will permit the elucidation of fundamental mechanisms underlying cell- and locus-specific transcriptional heterogeneities both during normal development and in disease.

Acknowledgements

We would like to thank the following sponsors.

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