Marina Yurieva, Ph.D.

Assistant Computational Scientist

Applications in Computational Immunology and Cancer, understanding RNA Biology and splicing using multi-omics data.

I have a diverse expertise in analysis of Multi-omics datasets, Immunology, Microbiome, Developmental Biology, RNA Biology and Cloud Computing. During my Ph.D. I studied the downstream targets of Hox genes in developing hindbrain using mouse, zebrafish and chick models. My postdoc was focused on developing Bioinformatics pipelines for the analysis of microbiome data and various immunological studies. At Jax I’ve been working with Adam Williams on identification of lncRNAs in RNA-seq and other omics datasets; with Olga Anczukow on developing pipelines for splicing analysis; and with Karolina Palucka on studies in Immunology and Covid-19 research.

Marina Yurieva on ORCID

Education and experience

Education

MSc Bioingeneering and Bioinformatics
Moscow State University
2003 - 2008

Ph.D. Developmental Biology
Stowers Institue, an Affiliated Research Center of the Open University
2008 - 2013

Experience

Postdoc
Bioinformatics group
Singapore Immunology Network (SIgN), A*STAR
2013-2016