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Dr. Jiaying Lai presents poster at NCI Spring School on Algorithmic Cancer Biology

Jiaying in front of her poster “Evaluation of Simulation Methods for Tumor Subclonal Reconstruction” at the NCI’s SSACB 2024 meeting in Bethesda, Maryland.

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Dr. Yun Liu visit to lab

Wed. April 10, 2024 Karchin Lab alumnus Dr. Yun Liu will give a presentation at lab meeting on his research at Google Health! https://research.google/people/yun-liu/

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Kathryn at Montgomery Science Fair

UPDATE: Kathryn wins second place in Computer Science category!! Kathryn Jung presented her project on multiple instance learning for BigMHC neoantigen prediction at the Montgomery County Science Fair, FDA White Oak campus, April 5-7, 2024.

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National Aquarium lab trip

Exciting lab activity at National Aquarium member night. We watched a 4D movie, saw some beautiful jellyfish, and said hi to some awesome dolphins!

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Rachel gives a talk at the University of Utah Biomolecular Engineering Seminar

Dr. Karchin presented “Predicting Immunogenic Neoepitopes in Cancers” at the University of Utah BME’s Elevated Lecture series in beautiful Salt Lake City.

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Dr. Karchin visits Salt Lake City

On, March 15, 2024, Dr. Karchin will present a keynote address at the 2nd Annual Oncological Data Science (ODSi) Symposium at the Huntsman Cancer Institute, Salt Lake City Utah

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PhD visit day

On Feb 29, perspective PhD students visited Johns Hopkins University and met the current lab member. We went to Kajiken for a group lunch. Pretty good ramen place!

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medRxiv announcement of 3D-CLUMP paper

Why are the same genes and pathways often mutated in neurodevelopmental diseases (NDD) and cancers?  New preprint https://medrxiv.org/content/10.1101/2024.02.02.24302238v1 out from TNTurnerLab and KarchinRachel lab.

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arXiv announcement

What are the best methods to reconstruct tumor evolution from patient data? A community gold standard is needed! Check out our preprint evaluating in silico simulations that provide ground truth for benchmarking. http://arxiv.org/abs/2402.09599

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Dr. Karchin at St. Judes

Computational Biology Seminar, St. Judes Childrens Hospital in Memphis.

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