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    Thomas Fazzio, Ph.D.
 

Associate Professor

B.S. University of Utah
Ph.D. University of Washington & Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center

  Tom is interested in the similarities and differences in chromatin structure among different cell types, and how chromatin remodeling factors that modulate these differences regulate cell fate.
 

  Chun-Hao Chao, M.S.
 

Graduate Student

B.S. National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan
M.S. National Taiwan University, Taiwan

 

Chun-Hao is focusing on the mechanisms by which R-loops modulate gene regulatory networks critical for embryonic stem cell pluripotency.


  Sneha Gopalan, Ph.D 
 

Postdoctoral Fellow

B.S. University of Delhi
M.S. Jawaharal Nehru University
Ph.D. Stowers Institute for Medical Research 
  Sneha is probing epigenetic barriers to trans-differentiation and chromatin mediated regulation of developmental transcription factors.

Evan Kinkaku-ji picture cropped.jpg   Evan Hass, Ph.D.
 

Postdoctoral Fellow

B.S. University of Rochester
Ph.D. Johns Hopkins University

  Evan is interested in the molecular mechanisms of how RNAs and epigenetic chromatin marks regulate stem cell fate decisions.

Trishita Basak   Trishita Basak, Ph.D.
 

Postdoctoral Fellow

M.S. St. Xavier's College, Kolkata
Ph.D. CSIR-Indian Institute of Chemical Biology

  Trishita is interested in the epigenetic and transcriptional circuitry regulating the first cell fate decisions during embryogenesis.