Jordan Bryan

Genome-scale screens identify factors regulating tumor cell responses to natural killer cells

Collaborators at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard recently published an article detailing several genome-scale experiments designed to illicit the response of tumor cells to natural killer cells. Find the summary below and read more in Nature Genetics. Summary To systematically define molecular featur... Read more

Feels on Hicks St.

The debut album from Feels on Hicks St. is out on SoundCloud. Info Recorded at Playground Studios, Feels on Hicks St. is a genre-defying eponymous album featuring all-original music. Songs Doctor Doctor comp. Jordan Bryan Moscow Nights arr. Jordan Bryan; original song “Podmoskovnye vechera” In My ... Read more

Likelihood ratio statistics for gene set enrichment in Alzheimer's disease pathways

An original report written with collaborators at Duke’s Department of Neurology was released today. Find the abstract below and read more about this method for computing gene enrichment statistics in Alzheimer’s disease pathways at Alzheimer’s & Dementia. Abstract Introduction The study of Alzheimer’s disease (AD) has revealed biological ... Read more

An Embryonic Diapause-like Adaptation with Suppressed Myc Activity Enables Tumor Treatment Persistence

Collaborators at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard recently published an article detailing the transcriptional program characteristic of treatment-persistent tumor cells. Find the summary below and read more at Cancer Cell. Summary Treatment-persistent residual tumors impede curative cancer therapy. To... Read more

From East to East: concepts of the vipassana tradition in Tolstoy’s art

Leo Tolstoy’s art has invited many labels from critical readers. For some, his art may be described as realist. And rightfully so: in Anna Karenina a reader experiences the inner lives of Stepan Arkadyevich, Konstantin Dmitrievich, and Anna Arkadyevna as they evolve in real time. In Sevastopol Tales and War and Peace a reader walks through first... Read more