Jason Ernst

Affiliations: 
Computer Science University of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA 
Area:
computational biology; bioinformatics; machine learning
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Ziv Bar-Joseph grad student 2008 Carnegie Mellon (MathTree)
Manolis Kellis post-doc MIT (Computational Biology Tree)
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Vu H, Ernst J. (2022) Universal annotation of the human genome through integration of over a thousand epigenomic datasets. Genome Biology. 23: 9
Kwon SB, Ernst J. (2021) Learning a genome-wide score of human-mouse conservation at the functional genomics level. Nature Communications. 12: 2495
Arneson A, Felsheim B, Chien J, et al. (2020) ConsHMM Atlas: conservation state annotations for major genomes and human genetic variation. Nar Genomics and Bioinformatics. 2: lqaa104
Grujic O, Phung TN, Kwon SB, et al. (2020) Identification and characterization of constrained non-exonic bases lacking predictive epigenomic and transcription factor binding annotations. Nature Communications. 11: 6168
Zekavat SM, Ruotsalainen S, Handsaker RE, et al. (2020) Publisher Correction: Deep coverage whole genome sequences and plasma lipoprotein(a) in individuals of European and African ancestries. Nature Communications. 11: 1715
Arneson A, Ernst J. (2019) Systematic discovery of conservation states for single-nucleotide annotation of the human genome. Communications Biology. 2: 248
Zou J, Hormozdiari F, Jew B, et al. (2019) Leveraging allelic imbalance to refine fine-mapping for eQTL studies. Plos Genetics. 15: e1008481
Jaroszewicz A, Ernst J. (2019) An Integrative Approach for Fine-Mapping Chromatin Interactions. Bioinformatics (Oxford, England)
Arneson A, Ernst J. (2019) Systematic discovery of conservation states for single-nucleotide annotation of the human genome. Communications Biology. 2: 248
Ferguson GB, Van Handel B, Bay M, et al. (2018) Mapping molecular landmarks of human skeletal ontogeny and pluripotent stem cell-derived articular chondrocytes. Nature Communications. 9: 3634
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