Principal Investigator
Justin B. Kinney
Assistant Professor
Simons Center for Quantitative Biology
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
PhD, Princeton, 2008; CV
jkinney@cshl.edu

The Kinney Lab pursues an integrated combination of experiment, computation, and theory focused on problems in molecular biophysics, machine learning, and the study of sequence-function relationships. We are part of the Simons Center for Quantitative Biology at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory.

News

July 2018: Congratulations to Talitha on defending her PhD thesis! Her preprint, which Andalus and Manraj have also worked tirelessly on, has also just been posted!

July 2018: Congrats to Mandy on her forthcoming paper in Molecular Cell!

May 2018: Congrats to Nathan on his paper in PNAS!

April 2018: Our density estimation software package, SUFTware , is live! So is our preprint. Congrats to Wei-Chia and Ammar for their excellent and tireless work on this project.

April 2018: Anna Posfai has just joined our lab as a postdoc! She will be working jointly with David McCandlish on the quantitative modeling of sequence-function relationships. She comes from Princeton where she did some really baller work with Ned Wingreen.

Selected Publications and Preprints

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Preprints

Published or In Press