Thaís will be working with Alexia on DNA damage response factors in the regulation of inflammatory gene transcription.
Congratulations Dave! We are very excited to see the Lasker announcement!
Kathleen will be working with Jin to investigate the epigenetic mechanism in trained immunity.
Laura is a masters student from Germany who helped us set up the Amber Suppression System to study H3.3!
The lab welcomes Ben Jackson, a rotating Tri-I MD/PhD student, and Arjun Ravishankar, MD, a visiting researcher.
Alexia joins the Josefowicz lab as the first postdoc!
Endi will be working on chromatin dynamics in LPS-stimulated genes.
Dylan will be working on chromatin architecture.
Jin will be identifying and studying the function of kinases that signal to chromatin to enable rapid inflammatory gene transcription in response to pathogen sensing.
Andrew will join the team for three months to investigate stimulation-induced chromatin architecture and work on new tools for functional studies relating to the role of histones in immune cell development and function.
Lexi and Ceyda join the J-Lab!