March 5, 2019

We published a new paper in Nature Communications.

In this study, in collaboration with Prof. Jeong Ho Lee (KAIST), Dr. Junho Kim developed a new probabilistic model to accurately call somatic mutations that are present in a very low allele-frequency (<1%). We showed th...

February 28, 2019

Prof. Sangwoo Kim's new project "Bulk-cell based identification of somatic mosaicism" was granted $200,000/yr for 4 years from Korea National Research Foundation (중견연구자지원사업) 

February 26, 2019

TGIL Member Gunho Lee successfully completed all the required curriculum and earned his master's degree in Feb 26. 2019. Mr. Lee became the first graduate student that TGIL turned out. He worked on the genomic profiling of NK/T-cell lymphoma, which was published in Leu...

January 28, 2019

Gunho Lee was introduced in the BRIC homepage as HanBitSa (한빛사)


January 23, 2019

We published a new paper in Leukemia.

In this study, in collaboration with Prof. Sun Och Yoon (Dept. of Pathology) Gunho Lee analyzed genomic mutations in NK- and T-cell lymphoma, which is a very rare type of lymphoma, to find characterizing somatic mutations. Especiall...

January 15, 2019

We published a new paper in Cancer Research and Treatment.

In this study, Sangwoo Kim worked with KCSG-TRIUMPH consortium to analyze the somatic mutations of Korean head and neck squamous carcinoma patients. 

"Investigating the feasibility of targeted next-generation seq...

January 1, 2019

A new paper published in Clinical Lung Cancer.

In this study, Sangwoo Kim participated in a study about clinicopathologic examination of MET exon 14 skipping in non small-cell lung cancer.

"Molecular Diagnostic Assays and Clinicopathologic Implication of MET Exon 14 Skip...

December 4, 2018

A new paper published in Neurology Genetics.

In this study, Hyeonju Son and Sangwoo Kim analyzed sequencing data from patients with intractable epilepsy to confirm that mutations in SLC35A2 is the cause of the epilepsy with aberrant N-glycosylation.

"Brain somatic mutati...

November 2, 2018

Mi-Kyoung Seo won a 2nd prize in the K-Genome Competition with her program "MAP: Microsatellite instability Absolute single sample Predictor" 

Mi-Kyoung was also awarded 1 million KRW (~1000 USD) for the prize.


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