Decode Chromatin Interest Group
The NIH Decode Chromatin (Data Exploration & Communication without DistrEss) Interest Group aims to promote information exchange and interaction among NIH scientists who work on various aspects of Chromatin, Epigenetics and Gene Expression. The principal Decode Chromatin activity is a bi-monthly seminar series for intramural postdoctoral and research fellows to present and discuss their work in a low-pressure, friendly environment. Talks cover a range of topics related to chromatin structure, chromosome function and expression of the genome. One of the major goals of this platform is to promote fellow’s visibility with peers working on chromatin at NIH. We meet the second Tuesday of every other month at 12:00 pm in bldg. 50, rm. 1328/1334 rear. At each meeting, two fellows each give a 20–25-minutes talk. This leaves 5–10 minutes for discussion and networking. Our seminars are open to everyone interested.
Theodore Busby, Ph.D., NCI
Nadezda Fursova, Ph.D., NCI
Daniël P. Melters, Ph.D., NCI
Emma Price, PhD., NIAID
Sweta Sikder, Ph.D., NCI
Joyce J Thompson, Ph.D., NICHD
David Clark, Ph.D., NICHD
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This page was last updated on Friday, March 10, 2023