Ryan is a Ph.D. candidate studying translational human genomics in the Bioinformatics and Integrative Genomics program at Harvard Medical School. He is supported by an award from the Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP) through the National Science Foundation (NSF).
- Five months after showing our prototype, here is a refined RNA Velocity visualisation in CellexalVR using 142k cells from the Liver Cell Atlas from @Muzz_Haniffa @sangerinstitute @humancellatlas published in @nature. CellexalVR is free to download at t.co/9kUqRrrw3p. 1/3 t.co/WFRc53BrMb
- What a thorough & timely review on SVs from @ryan_e_mills + co 👇 This will be an invaluable reference for all SV studies in the coming years, and a great primer for those looking to learn more about SVs. Thanks for the hard work of compiling all of this into one reference! 👏 t.co/dFt4fjJ2ED
- Two tenure track positions in my department @dfcidatascience and @HarvardDBMI We are looking for candidates interested in 1) genomics and applied statistics and 2) imagining If you enjoy using data to solve important problems, please consider applying t.co/xFyDRv3L3b
- We found a new way to get genome-wide higher-order chromatin structure -> using nanopore reads ... lovely collabo with @nanopore NYC bffs @sisseljuul @eoghh congrats to co-firsts @netha23 @Matt__Pendleton @draditya12 excellent work! t.co/zL1pK9UnT7 t.co/EXMru20nuM