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Alon Goren, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Medicine

Website: https://goren-lab.github.io/
Email: agoren@ucsd.edu

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Research

The Goren Lab focuses on epigenomic mechanisms, and merges the study of basic and disease biology, technological innovations and computational analyses. Our major interest is in regulatory epigenomics, and includes the employment and innovation of tools to address unanswered questions in chromatin biology. The main efforts of the group revolve around investigating the organization and function of chromatin regulatory networks during developmental transitions in normal and aberrant states, what are the cellular means to maintain the epigenome during processes such as the cell cycle, and how genetic variation, such as short tandem repeats (STRs) and SNPs, impact the structure of chromatin.

For additional details see the lab website research page.