Company: University of California San Diego
Job title: Assistant Professor, Department of Medicine
Dr. Goren is an assistant professor at the Department of Medicine, UCSD, a member of the UCSD Institute of Genomic Medicine (http://igm.ucsd.edu/) and the Moores Cancer Center. His interdisciplinary group focuses on epigenomic mechanisms, and merges the study of basic and disease biology, technological innovations and computational analyses. Dr. Goren’s main interest is in regulatory epigenomics and includes the employment and innovation of tools to address unanswered questions in chromatin biology.
Dr. Goren received his Ph.D. From the Hebrew University (Jerusalem, Israel) under the mentorship of Prof. Howard Cedar, and was a joint Postdoctoral Fellow between the groups of Prof. Aviv Regev (The Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard) and Brad Bernstein (MGH, Harvard Medical School and The Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard).
Automated High-throughput ChIP-seq Workflow using Covaris Adaptive Focused Acoustics® System for Accelerated Epigenetic Drug Screening 11:15 am
Streamlining and reduce workflow time using automated ChIP-seq with the Covaris Adaptive Focused Acoustics (AFA) Evaluation of the AFA technology in a range of epitopes, including H3K4me3, H3K27me3, H3K27ac, RNA Pol-II, CTCF, and HNF4A in different cell lines. How to utilize AFA-based ChIP-seq processes for rapid epigenetic drug screening and clinical diagnosticsRead more
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