• Whole-genome sequencing of African Americans implicates differential genetic architecture in inflammatory bowel disease

  • Multi-disciplined faculty researchers form nucleus of re-energized research center

  • Punctuating the Messages Encoded in Human Genome with Transposable Elements

  • Regrow a Tooth? Fish – Yes; Humans – Maybe Some Day

 
Welcome to the Center for Integrative Genomics at Georgia Tech. We are a virtual affiliation of researchers interested in the application of genome-wide research strategies to diverse biological themes. In our center we - conduct quantitative genetic analysis of genomes, transcriptomes, proteomes, metabolomes, and phenomes; foster partnerships within the School of Biology, across Georgia Tech, and with collaborators in the Atlanta region; and study the complex interaction between genes, culture, and the environment in an evolutionary context.

Events

Friday
October
29
Bi-Weekly Population Genetics and Predictive Health Journal Club: Emily Greenwood on "Fine-mapping, trans-ancestral and genomic analyses identify causal variants, cells, genes and drug targets for type 1 diabetes"
Friday
November
05
Erin Connolly from the Gibson Lab will be leading the discussion on Single-cell genomics: Recent advances and future directions

News

Whole-genome sequencing of African Americans implicates differential genetic architecture in inflammatory bowel disease
Petit Institute core facility at Georgia Tech adds new equipment and services, allowing researchers to dive deeper
Will study metabolic features predictive of tumor response in head and neck cancers
Evolution has improved upon the genetic foundations of human health ... but could that have changed?
Petit Institute researchers at Georgia Tech use novel approach to predict disease risk in Crohn’s disease study