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International Laboratory of Statistical and Computational Genomics

Publications
Article
Population genomics of the Viking world

Margaryan A., Lawson D. J., Sikora M. et al.

Nature. 2020. Vol. 585. No. 7825. P. 390-396.

Working paper
Inferring Adaptive Introgression Using Hidden Markov Models

Svedberg J., Shchur V., Reinman S. et al.

Biorxiv. 005140. Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, 2020

Article
On the Distribution of Tract Lengths During Adaptive Introgression

Shchur V., Svedberg J., Medina P. et al.

G3: Genes, Genomes, Genetics. 2020. Vol. 10. No. 10. P. 3663-3673.

Working paper
Genomic epidemiology of the early stages of SARS-CoV-2 outbreak in Russia

Komissarov A. B., Safina K. R., Garushyants S. K. et al.

Medrxiv. 005140. Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, 2020

Article
Post-Admixture Selection on Chileans Targets Haplotype Involved in Pigmentation, Thermogenesis and Immune Defense Against Pathogens

Vicuña L., Klimenkova O., Norambuena T. et al.

Genome Biology and Evolution. 2020. Vol. 12. No. 8. P. 1459-1470.

Article
Targeted conservation genetics of the endangered chimpanzee

Korneliussen T. S., Frandsen P., Fontsere C. et al.

Heredity. 2020. Vol. 125. P. 15-27.

Article
A corrected quantitative version of the Morse lemma

Gouezel S., Shchur V.

Journal of Functional Analysis. 2019. Vol. 277. No. 4. P. 1258-1268.

The International Laboratory of Statistical and Computational Genomics was established in December 2019. The main goal of the lab is to develop new mathematical, statistical and computational methods for different problems in genomic data analysis, and to apply these methods to real genomic data of different organisms, including humans. Three leading international researchers are involved in research: Professor Rasmus Nielsen (UC Berkeley, USA), Thorfinn Korneliussen (University of Copenhagen, Denmark), Russel Corbett-Detig (UC Santa Cruz, USA).

News

Nature Communications Journal Publishes a Study by Russian Scholars Involving HSE MIEM Students

Biologists and mathematicians from HSE University, Skoltech and the RAS Kharkevich Institute have studied the spread of COVID-19 in Russia. The main part of the study was completed in late June, but until October, the team was working with data following the reviewers’ recommendations. The paper was published on January 28, 2021 in the journal Nature Communications. MIEM students spoke about their contribution to the research.

HSE University Announces New Project Competition for Launching International Laboratories

The number of international laboratories run in cooperation with leading international scholars is set to expand at HSE University. The competition aims to support the existing and create new research teams. Applications will be accepted from July 10 to August 31, 2020.

Scientists Are Taking Their Research Seminars Online

The first research seminar of the International Laboratory of Statistical and Computational Genomics had been postponed almost a month due to COVID-19. In April, however, the event finally took place. Laboratory Head Vladimir Shchur discusses what life is like for scientists in self-isolation during the pandemic, what genomics is, and why gesturing is important when teaching online.

HSE Launches New International Laboratories

For ten years now, HSE has been holding an annual grant competition for researchers who wish to start new international laboratories at HSE in collaboration with leading foreign scholars and scientists. The most recent competition reached its conclusion this past November, and now some of the selected proposed labs have already begun operation. Who are the competition winners and what kind of research will they be doing?

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Projects have won the competition for the creation of international laboratories at HSE University for the period from December 1, 2019 to December 31, 2022.

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