Selected Publications

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Regional heterogeneity in gene expression, regulation and coherence in hippocampus and dorsolateral prefrontal cortex across development and in schizophrenia

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Non-coding Class Switch Recombination-related transcription in human normal and pathological immune responses

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Developmental and genetic regulation of the human cortex transcriptome illuminate schizophrenia pathogenesis

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Reproducible RNA-seq analysis using recount2

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Flexible expressed region analysis for RNA-seq with derfinder

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Divergent neuronal DNA methylation patterns across human cortical development: Critical periods and a unique role of CpH methylation

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Integrated DNA methylation and gene expression profiling across multiple brain regions implicate novel genes in Alzheimer's disease

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Regional heterogeneity in gene expression, regulation and coherence in hippocampus and dorsolateral prefrontal cortex across development and in schizophrenia

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Developmental effects of maternal smoking during pregnancy on the human frontal cortex transcriptome

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Non-coding Class Switch Recombination-related transcription in human normal and pathological immune responses

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Posts with the rstats category can also be found at RBloggers, R Weekly and DataCamp Community. Also check the LIBD rstats club where I am a contributor. You can also view posts grouped by category or tag.

Continuing from my ASHG18 day 1 post, here’s my list of tweets from day 2. Note that I changed sessions a few times. I have to say, digitally attending #ASHG18 by frantically refreshing the hashtag feed in my living room is...not quite the same. But maybe I'll get fish tacos for dinner. — Julie Nadel (@JulieNadel) October 17, 2018 Turn down the lights and turn up the AC for the fuller remote #ASHG18 experience!

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Today was the first day of the American Society of Human Genetics (ASHG) 2018 conference. The official hashtag for the conference is ASHG18 on Twitter. At first I was tweeting myself and checking both the top and the latest tweets. As the day progressed I started a Google Doc to take notes during talks. I was missing some details so I was relying on the latest tweets and copy-pasting the tweet links to my notes.

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A few days ago a friend of mine told me that I was on the list of newly admitted SNI members. A few have asked me since why did I request to join it. So here’s my public reply. Woo! Ya soy "Investigador Nacional Nivel I" en el Sistema Nacional de Investigadores de CONACyT en México @Conacyt_MX 🎉💪🏾🇲🇽 I'm a National Researcher lvl I in the Mexican National Researchers Registry ^_^ 🎆🎉https://t.

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Curriculum vitae

Download my cv or view it at GitHub.

Students

Here you can find the students that I've mentored as their advisor and/or are currently working with me.

LIBD

2017-2018

Teaching

LIBD

2016

  1. Biostatistics and Stata instructor at a workshop for Kandahar University Faculty, organized by Johns Hopkins University.
  2. Invited instructor for the Genomeeting 2016 course biostat INMEGEN, Mexico City, Mexico.

JHBSPH

2015-2016

  1. Teaching assistant and guest lecturer for Introduction to R for Public Health Researchers
  2. Teaching assistant for Statistical Methods in Public Health I (140.621)
  3. Lead teaching assistant for Statistical Methods in Public Health II (140.622).
  4. Teaching assistant for the MPH capstone project.

2014-2015

  1. Lead teaching assistant for Statistical Methods in Public Health I (140.621) and II (140.622).
  2. Teaching assistant for the MPH capstone project.

2013-2014

  1. Teaching assistant for Statistical Methods in Public Health I (140.621) and II (140.622).
  2. Teaching assistant for the MPH capstone project. Developed a shiny application that allows students to sign up for a TA session (code) and wrote a report of the number of TA sessions available here.

2012-2013

  1. Teaching assistant for Statistical Methods in Public Health I (140.621), II (140.622), III (140.623), and IV (140.624) courses.

UNAM

PDCB

While working at Winter Genomics I taught two courses for students of the Biomedical Sciences PhD Program (PDCB) from the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM).

  1. Analysis of High-Throughput Sequencing data with Bioconductor Aug-Dec 2010.
  2. Introduction to R and Biostatistics (along with two other teachers).

IBT

While I was at the Institute of Biotechnology (UNAM) working with the Winter Genomics crew I organized two courses. One was a series of various bioinformatics and biology mini-courses and another one involved members of different institutions.

  1. Introduction to R for bench biologists Oct-Nov 2009. This mini-course has quite a bit of material on learning how to make plots with R.
  2. Métodos Estadísticos y Analíticos de Datos Genómicos (Statistical Methods and Analysis of Genomic Data) Jan 2010. This one week course had lectures about Perl, using a Cluster, high-throughput technologies, R and Bioconductor, C, and biology overviews.

LCG

I taught three courses during my undergrad stage at the Undergraduate Program on Genomic Sciences (LCG). Each of these courses has its own website organizing the material. These are:

  1. Intensive course on R/Bioconductor Oct-Nov 2008 (backup)
  2. Principles of Statistics Feb-June 2009 (backup)
  3. Seminar III: R/Bioconductor Aug-Dec 2009 (backup)

Contact

If you have questions about the Bioconductor packages I maintain, please read this post. If you send me an email, I'll simply refer you to the same post.