Andrea presented her work on pathway analysis for AMD genes at the Genetics and Genomic Sciences Seminar, and it was very well received!
Read more here: https://thedaily.case.edu/cwrus-jonathan-haines-secures-14-6-million-grant-to-study-alzheimers-disease-across-diverse-populations/
The Big Data Neuroscience workshop is being held, and Dr. Haines is a invited speaker.
More information here: Big Data Neuroscience 2018
The Haines lab was well represented at the Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology 2018 conference in Hawaii. We had both posters from Jessica, Yeunjoo, and Andrea, and a lecture talk from Rob.
Enjoy this article of the ADGC, ADNI, and NACC!
Andrea presented her work on PARIS pathway analysis at the IAMDGC meeting at the Deer Valley Resort, at Park City, Utah, 2016, and her work was very well received. Below is a pciture of the entire consortium.
We had a wonderful congratulatory affair wishing much happiness to Nicole and Mariusz on their engagement.
A wonderful time was had by all at the lab retreat in September! We managed to get some lab photos and some of the postdoctoral and graduate students.
See the news here: LINK
Andrea Waksmunski, Haines Lab member and PhD hopeful, presented her research on the Amish AMD exome chip at the Biomedical Graduate Student Symposium at Case Western earlier today.