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NYU’s new Institute!

The Institute for Computational Medicine NYU School of Medicine’s Institute for Computational Medicine applies computational biology to medical challenges, tackling systems that are vast, complex, and dynamic. Our focus is on the fields of cancer biology, host-pathogen interactions, adaptive immune systems, and genetic diseases. We recognize opportunities in these disciplines require expertise in big-data analyses,…

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Science book review

Joseph Swift has written a book review for ‘The Society of Genes’ in the March 25th issue of Science: “Despite the genome’s complexity, the authors are careful to keep the text accessible. Indeed, at times the reader may be reminded of those rare high-school teachers who could reveal the simple beauty hidden within abstract scientific theories.”…

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Join the lab

We are excited to report that we have several openings in the Yanai Lab at the New York University’s School of Medicine. Our lab is currently situated in the West Alexandria tower (courtesy of the Institute of Systems Genetics), and we are scheduled to move into the 8th floor of the New Science Building in late…

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Good Times!

A song for Harel A song for Gal Escape the Room! 2016     Foam Party! 2014 Lab photo 2013 Brainstorming Day 2014 Brainstorming Day 2013 Brainstorming Day 2012 Vlad’s bday 2012 Lab meeting Mustache party: Ronny’s Goodbye party Researcher’s Night at the Museum, 2009 Lab ‘worming’ party    

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Evolution of the Germ Layers

Hashimshony T, Feder M, Levin M, Hall BK, Yanai I. Spatiotemporal transcriptomics reveals the evolutionary history of the endoderm germ layer. Nature. 2015 519:219-22. Editor’s summary: The germ-layer theory — which holds that all the cells and tissues of the body can be grouped into three fundamental layers — goes back to the roots of developmental biology…

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