Dr Nikolaos Panousis

Postdoctoral Fellow

After obtaining my PhD from the University of Geneva I joined the lab as a postdoctoral fellow in Sep 2017. My main interest is to elucidate the role of functional genetic variation in immune response and infection by studying gene expression alterations after immunological stimuli in induced Pluripotent Stem Cell (iPSC)-derived macrophages.

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Latest (June 2020) meta-analysis results from COVID-19 Host Genetics Inititative @covid19_hgi including @EastLondonGenes @BradfordGenes

Quite good sample sizes now

Full data openly available https://www.covid19hg.org/results/

The Stranger Lab @NUFeinbergMed is hiring 4 computational postdocs in human genetics and genomics. We’re hiring for NIH-funded projects in cancer, neuropsychiatric disorders, cardiac phenotypes, complications of diabetes, and GTEx proteomics. Please RT!

BREAKING NEWS: @gosiatrynka has just been awarded the Leena Peltonen Prize for Excellence in #HumanGenetics at #ESHG2020! 🥳🎉🎊

Our Experimental Science Director now joins @ceclindgren @bmneale & @tuuliel in this select group of outstanding researchers. Congratulations, Gosia.