Phillip-Cremins Lab Posts

Congratulations to Jenn Phillips-Cremins on her promotion to tenure!

We are pleased to announce that Jenn Phillips-Cremins is the recipient of an NSF CAREER award for her work on engineering genome topology to attenuate pathologic short tandem repeat instability….

Nature Review Genetics has recently highlighted a paper from the Cremins lab on Light-Activated Dynamic Looping. Congratulations to all the authors!

Linda Zhou, an MD/PhD student from the Cremins lab, is the recipient of an NIH F30 Grant starting September 2019. Congratulations Linda!

Miriam Minsk, an undergraduate researcher from the Cremins Lab, is the recipient of the best research presentation award for her summer Rachleff scholar’s research. Congratulations Miriam!

The Cremins and Raj labs, along with Casey Brown in the Department of Genetics, are recipients of the 2019 National Science Foundation Emerging Frontiers in Research Innovation (EFRI) grant in…

September 17, 2018

Disease-Associated Short Tandem Repeats Co-localize with Chromatin Domain Boundaries Read More.

MD/PhD candidate, Linda Zhou, of the Cremins lab is a recipient of the Blavatnik Family Fellowship.

Jennifer Cremins has been awarded a Brain Research Foundation Seed Grant on ‘Elucidating the role for 3D genome topology disruption in trinucleotide repeat expansion disorders’.