Welcome to the Salzberg lab. We are a computational biology lab that develops novel methods for analysis of DNA and RNA sequences. Our research includes software for aligning and assembling RNA-seq data, whole-genome assembly, and microbiome analysis. We work closely with biomedical scientists to apply these methods to current problems arising in a broad spectrum of biological and medical research areas. We’re also part of the Center for Computational Biology, a group of 20+ faculty members and their labs at Johns Hopkins working on computational, statistical, and mathematical methods that can turn massive genomic data sets into biologically and clinically useful information.
See this page for information about postdoctoral fellowships or graduate student positions in the lab.
The Salzberg lab is supported in part by the NIH under grants R01-HG006677, R01-HG007196, R01-GM083873, R01-HL129239, by the USDA under grant 2011-67009-30030, and by the NSF under grants IOS-1238231 and IOS-1444611.