Congrats to Swathi on the publication of her work to understand the influence of antibody quality on the mRNA-protein correlations observed in tumour cohorts.
Congratulations to Dr. Thomas Lefeivre, who successfully defended his thesis ‘Investigation of the functional interplay between signalling pathways and epigenetic factors in acute leukaemia’ on April 18th.
Gene regulatory networks (GRNs) are widely used to understand how driver mutations in tumours alter transcriptional networks and to identify new therapeutic targets. Here, we use genome-wide CRISPR screen data to systematically evaluate the ability of GRNs to predict sensitivity to genetic perturbation in cancer.
Just approaching the end of the year, we had the opportunity to present our work at #ICGB2022.
We are currently looking for computational postdoctoral fellows! More details here Photo above is from a lab hike during COVID times. In Dublin we cannot promise constant sunshine, but we can promise the benefits of living in a capital city coupled with close proximity to the sea and some lovely scenery.
After more than two years with conference travel halted due to COVID-19, lab members have finally had the opportunity to attend in person conferences.
Everyone knows that there is an imperfect correlation between mRNA and protein abundances. In Swathi’s recent paper we analysed how much measurement (ir)reproducibility contributes to this.
After some happy and productive years at Systems Biology Ireland we have moved to the adjacent Conway Institute of Biomolecular and Biomedical Research
Congratulations to Dr. Barbara De Kegel, who passed her viva with flying colours last week.
Our group are affiliated with the UCD School of Computer Science and based in the Conway Institute of Biomolecular and Biomedical Research. Various lab members are also affiliated with Systems Biology Ireland and the SFI Centre for Research Training in Genomics Data Science.