Hannah Pliner

Graduate Student
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I am a Genome Sciences grad student joint-advised by Cole and Jay Shendure. I received a B.S. in Biology from Georgetown University. Before starting graduate school, I worked for Dr. Bryan Traynor in the Laboratory of Neurogenetics at the NIH where I worked to investigate the genetic etiology of neuromuscular diseases. In the Trapnell Lab, I am investigating chromatin accessibility by analyzing single cell ATAC-seq data.


The cis-regulatory dynamics of embryonic development at single-cell resolution

Reversed graph embedding resolves complex single-cell trajectories

Chromatin accessibility dynamics of myogenesis at single cell resolution

Multiplex single-cell profiling of chromatin accessibility by combinatorial cellular indexing