Ningxin Ouyang, Ph.D.
Master's student from October 2015 to January 2017
PhD student from January 2017 to January 2022
Current: Illimina, Inc.
- Gene Regulation
- DNase Footprinting
- B.S.: Purdue University
- M.S.: University of Michigan
Honors and Awards
- Rackham Graduate Student Research Grant (candidate)
Ningxin’s current project focuses on developing an unsupervised footprinting method. She works to integrate both DNase I hypersensitivity and genome sequence information in a multivariate Hidden Markov Model to detect transcription factor binding sites.
Boyle lab papers
Ouyang N and Boyle AP.
TRACE: transcription factor footprinting using chromatin accessibility data and DNA sequence.
Diehl AD, Ouyang N, and Boyle AP.
Transposable elements contribute to cell and species-specific chromatin looping and gene regulation in mammalian genomes..