Thuy Ngo takes 1st Place at 2014 Midwest Chromatin & Epigenetics Meeting


Representing the Ha lab and the Center for the Physics of Living Cells Thuy Ngo has yet another success.  She won 1st Place out of 100 submissions in the graduate student category for her poster on “DNA Sequence and Modifications Control Nucleosome Mechanical Stability” at the 2014 Midwest Chromatin & Epigenetics conference. 

The Epigenetics research group at the Wisconsin Institute for Discovery (WID) hosted the Midwest Chromatin and Epigenetics Meeting on the University of Wisconsin – Madison campus.

The meeting was a unique and highly interactive platform where attendees shared the latest research on nuclear processes such as epigenetic modifications, chromatin packaging, transcription control, nuclear organization and DNA replication/repair/recombination. Attendees were given the opportunity to identify collaborative opportunities, network with colleagues from around the Midwest and learn more about WID’s Epigenetics research theme.

Congratulations and well wishes for her continued success!