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New members to the lab

Now we welcome two new master’s students to The Lab of Computational conSequences: Jennifer and Scott.

We have kind of a full house.

Also, well, Natalie finished her undergrad thesis, and Ernesto finished his sabbatical.

Temporal moves

We had some difficulty with our local server. So we are updating it. This might take a bit of time, so for now check things here. We might opt for a hybrid where applications and info will come from our local server, but other stuff, like news, and smallish content will be here. Along with some regular blogging about our stuff and whatever else we would like to share.

Most sincerely,


Another welcome

We welcome Ernesto Pérez-Rueda for his sabbatical year here with us at the Lab of Computational conSequences.

New member of the lab

We are now glad to welcome Natalie Ward as new member of the lab. Natalie will be working on the evolution of functional interactions of transcription factors. Welcome Natalie!

Updated collaborations page

So take a look if you wish to know who we collaborate with. It might still be incomplete. I am trying to have it as complete as possible, but, believe it or not, I collaborate with some people I don’t know. Of course most names are of P.I.s, but the collaborations are supposed to mean the labs of these magnificent people too.

New members of the lab

Quick note to give a welcome to our two new members of the lab. Marc del Grande, who started his M.Sc. studies in May, and Aisha ElSherbiny, who starts as a postdoctoral fellow this July.

Marc’s project is about the evolution of regulons, while Aisha will be involved in analyses of high-throughput experiments on transcription factor binding sites (operators), DNA signatures, and much more.

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