Molly Hammell, Ph.D.
Molly received her Ph.D. in Physics & Astronomy from Dartmouth College in 2003. She was a postdoctoral fellow in the lab of Victor Ambros, where she studied gene regulation by small RNAs. She now runs a mixed computational and experimental lab here at CSHL to expand her studies of RNA mediated gene regulation with a particular focus on neurodegenerative disease. For this work, she was named a 2014 Rita Allen Foundation Scholar.
yjin at cshl dot edu
Ying Jin, Ph.D.
Computational Science Manager
Ying received her Ph.D. in Computer Science from Virginia Tech in 2009, where she developed algorithms for predicting the genotype-phenotype relationship in single gene knockout studies. She currently works on many projects including the TEtoolkit, a software package for the analysis of transposon sequences in genomic and transcriptomic datasets.
yhao at cshl dot edu
Yuan Hao, Ph.D.
Computational Science Analyst
Yuan received her Ph.D. in Bioinformatics & Systems Biology from University College, Dublin, in 2012, where she identified factors that contribute to endocrine therapy resistance in breast cancer. She currently works on developing and applying novel computational tools for the analysis of genomic and transcriptomic data from large sequencing studies.
koneill at cshl dot edu
Kat received her B.Sc. in Genetics and Genomics from the University of California, Davis in 2016 with a minor in neuroscience. She is currently an NSF fellow In the Watson School of Biological Sciences studying small RNA biology in neurodegenerative diseases like amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS).
rozhkov at cshl dot edu
Nikolay Rozhkov, Ph.D.
Nikolay received his Ph.D. in molecular biology from Engelhardt Institute of Molecular Biology (Russian Academy of Science) in 2011, where he studied small RNA mediated regulation of mobile genetic elements in Drosophila germ cells under the supervision of Prof. Michael Evgenev. He currently studies transposition events in mammalian neuronal cell types and their possible role in neurodegeneration.
rshaw at cshl dot edu
Regina joined Molly Hammell’s lab in early 2016 as a wet bench scientist. Her current focus is studying the role of retrotransposons in cell-based models of Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS).
tam at cshl dot edu
Oliver Tam, Ph.D.
Computational Science Analyst
Oliver received his Ph.D. in molecular biology from Cold Spring Harbor Laboratories in 2010. After his postdoctoral research in mammalian embryo-derived stem cells and maize small RNA biology, Oliver worked as a Clinical Variant Scientist at ARUP Laboratories, analyzing and characterizing DNA alterations identified during clinical genetic testing. He currently works on the potential impact of tranposable element transcription and regulation on neurodegenerative disorders such as Motor Neurone Disease (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis).
myip at cshl dot edu
Miu Ki Yip
Computational Science Developer
Miu Ki recieved her B.Sc. in Computer Science and Applied Mathematics and Statistics from Stony Brook University in 2016. She is currently administrating and developing for BSR data analysis software including Galaxy.
From left: Song (Ray’s wife), Ray Ho, Wen-Wei Liao, David Molik, Yuan Hao, Ying Jin, Molly Hammell (Principal Investigator), and Ami Patel
From left: Ray Ho, Song, Ami Patel, Molly Hammell, David Molik, Ying Jin, Yuan Hao, and Wen-Wei Liao
From left: Ray Ho, David Molik, Wen-Wei Liao, Oliver Tam, Song, Molly Hammell, Elena Rozhkova (Nik’s wife) and Nikolay Rozhkov.
Now a software engineer at Bloomberg LP.
Julian Regalado Perez
Now a graduate student at Max-Planck Tubingen.
Now attending the US Naval Academy at Annapolis.
Now a bioinformatics specialist at the University of Kansas.
Alex (Hao) Luo
Now attending Columbia University
Now a PhD student at Notre Dame University.
Ray (Yu-Jui) Ho
Now a postdoctoral fellow at Memorial Sloan Kettering Institute under the supervision of Dr. Scott Lowe.
PhD candidate at the Centre for Research in Agricultural Genomics, Barcelona