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Jason Ernst

Professor of biological chemistry, computer science, and computational medicine at UCLA

Jason Ernst is currently a professor in the department of biological chemistry, the computer science department, and the bioinformatics program at UCLA. Jason’s research focuses on developing and applying computational methods to address problems in epigenomics and gene-regulation. Jason serves on the editorial board at Genome Research and has been a program co-chair for the Regulatory Genomics Special Interest Group meeting at ISMB.

Jason earned BS degrees in Computer Science and Mathematics from the University of Maryland College Park, and completed a PhD at Carnegie Mellon University. Previously, he was a postdoctoral fellow in the Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory at MIT and affiliated with the Broad Institute.

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See also: Academia University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) - Public land-grant research university

Details last updated 19-Aug-2023

Jason Ernst News

Epigenetic insights: developmental changes in DNA linked to lifespan in mammals

EurekAlert! - 10-Aug-2023

Universal clock based on methylation profiles to accurately predict age in all mammalian species