The Hawkins Lab is a part of the Division of Medical Genetics in the Department of Medicine, and the Department of Genome Sciences at the University of Washington School of Medicine. We are also members of the Institute for Stem Cell & Regenerative Medicine (ISCRM). The lab began in October, 2010.
Lab Location: K-wing of Magnuson Health Sciences Building (HSB) - K226:
Office Location: K236B
Office Phone: 206.543.3619
Lab Phone: 206.685.8314
Lab Email (general requests): hawkinslab
09.15.17 - Congrats to Thomas on his Genome Training Grant!
09.01.17 - Congrats to Cristina for her effort on our ongoing collaboration with the Ruohola-Baker lab, out in PNAS. Protein engineering to disrupt PRC2 in ESCs.
08.24.17 - Congrats to Kalyan and Naresh, with help from Colin and Stephanie. Age and culture induced methylation changes at enhancers in bone marrow MSCs is out in Stem Cell Reports. Way to go!
08.08.17 - Congrats to Cristina, Colin and Naresh. Nice job on the 3D neural rosette epigenomic landscapes! Out today in Cell Reports.
07.11.17 - Happy to be collaborating with new faculty at UW, Bo Yu. See the amazing work on human oocytes in Stem Cell Reports.
06.19.17 - Thomas Smith joins the lab. Welcome!
06.08.17 - Congrats to Eliah on her Amazon Catalyst grant!
04.13.17 - Thanks to Cristina and Colin again for the collaborative efforts with the Otonkoski lab. Out now in Cell Reports.
04.12.17 - Congrats to Colin on getting into NYU!
03.20.17 - Arpit Mishra joins the lab. Welcome.
02.14.17 - Check out Colin's contribution the the Chamberlain lab paper out in Nature Communications.
08.20.16 - Eliah Overbey, GS grad student, joins the lab!!!
06.10.16 - Have a look at Stephanie's contribution to our collaboration with Su-In Lee's lab in Genome Medicine.
03.01.16 - Congrats to Kalyan on his co-first author paper out in Scientific Reports, and to Cristina, a co-author. Nice job everyone!
01.14.16 - Genetics vs reprogramming: what makes iPSCs epigenetically different? Check out our contribution to the answer through a collaboration with Timo Otonkoski's group, out now in Stem Cell Reports.
01.04.16 - Ajay Jajodia joins the lab.
12.21.15 - Congrats to Cristina et al. on her development of cChIP-seq - a great method for small-scale ChIP-seq of histone mods! Check it out in BMC Genomics. I'm convinced 10k cells isn't the lower limit. Stay tuned.
12.08.15 - More work on T cells out in Genome Medicine.
11.16.15 - Great study linking the metabolome and epigenome in naïve human ESCs from our collaboration with the Ruohola-Baker lab out in Nature Cell Biology. Thanks to Stephanie and Cristina for their effort!
07.31.15 - The lab was awarded an R01 from NIH/NIDDK.
06.29.15 - Check out Enna's contribution to our collaboration with the Akey lab in Genome Research.
04.20.15 - Robert Azad joins the lab.
04.16.15 - Naresh Doni Jayavelu joins the lab via Turku.
04.03.15 - Happy to have contributed to the Papapetrou lab's paper out in Nature Biotech.
03.23.15 - Congratulations to Stephanie Battle on her fellowship from the Ford Foundation!
03.16.15 - The lab received an award from the UW Royalty Research Fund.
03.15.15 - See our review on Epigenomics of Autoimmune Diseases.
03.01.15 - The lab was awarded an R01 from NIH/NIAMS.
We currently have a postdoc position available in transcriptional regulation and epigenomics of stem and progenitor cell biology applying ChIP-seq, RNA-seq, WGBS & assessing regulatory SNPs. Background in ESCs, blood cell progenitors (HSCs, T cells, B cells, etc..) or mechanisms of transcriptional regulation desired. Experience in genomics or epigenomics a plus. Email CV, research background and interest to Dr. Hawkins.
We currently have a postdoc position available in computational biology and epigenomics: ChIP-seq, WGBS, RNA-seq, regulatory SNPs & HiC analyses. Background in a quantitative field is required. Experience in genomics or epigenomics preferred. Email CV, research background and interest to Dr. Hawkins.
Please note if you are an international applicant that the University of Washington does not sponsor H1B visas, only J1s. Sorry this is their policy not mine.