He is bioinformatician.
It discussed the novel LncRNAs identified from HSC and was online at Cell Stem Cell on March 12th.
The aging paper “Epigenomic Profiling of Young and Aged HSCs Reveals Concerted Changes during Aging that Reinforce Self-Renewal” in Cell Stem Cell (2014) 14(5): 673-688 was selected to be featured in the, “NIDDK Recent Advances & Emerging Opportunities 2015”, an NIDDK publication that is presented to NIDDK Council members. You may access this publication (p. 113) via the NIDDK website.
He is mathematician.
He is statistician.
Imagine joining a lab that
Is led by a productive computational biologist who likes to take your career to a whole new level
Works on diverse directions from fundamental biology questions to translational research and biomedical technology
Provides many projects with a lot of freedom for your own research to guarantee fruitful accomplishments
Has access to all resources in the giant Texas A&M University with $9,000,000,000 endowment and 62,000 students
Sits within the world’s largest -Texas- Medical Center in the 4th largest city and the largest state of the contiguous US
Is conveniently located close to both modern downtown, museums, arts, parks and close to prairie wildlife, country style cowboys or cowgirls
Welcome to the Deqiang Sun Lab in Texas A&M University Health Science Center located in the Texas Medical Center area in Houston. We are a bioinformatics lab with a focus on Epigenetics and then its interaction with Transcriptomics and Genetics. As a dry lab, we always welcome collaborations with wet labs to provide bioinformatics support.