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Michael schatz

Genome mapped for dozens of animals
Published Jan 29, 2024
Data gathered using software developed by Johns Hopkins University computer scientists will have 'huge implications' for understanding human health and evolution
Missing piece in human genome decoded
Published Aug 23, 2023
Chromosome associated with male development fully sequenced by a team of more than 100 researchers around the world
Michael Schatz among 'TIME 100'
Published May 23, 2022
Computational biologist recognized for his contributions to the first complete sequencing of the human genome
New cloud-based platform opens genomics data to all
Published Jan 12, 2022
Johns Hopkins-led project allows worldwide scientific collaboration for studies of human genetics and health
Uncovering the secrets of a model plant genome
Published Nov 15, 2021
Results have implications for understanding human genes, says Michael Schatz, Bloomberg Distinguished Professor of Computer Science and Biology
The code breakers
Published Spring 2020
From tomatoes to cancer cells, Michael Schatz and others at Johns Hopkins go deep inside genomes to unlock the secrets to life's variety / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Computer science
A giant leap for genome sequencing
Published Oct 24, 2016
JHU's Michael Schatz leads work on new computer algorithms that create more complete DNA portraits