MIRA funded

Our MIRA application, “High resolution deconvolution of selection effects on the composition of the B cell repertoire” was funded by the NIGMS. We’re looking to hire a post-doc or graduate student, so check out our jobs page and apply!


baseline antibody repertoire study published

We’re excited to announce that our study of the baseline human antibody repertoire has been published in Nature! Briefly, we sequenced the circulating antibody repertoires of 10 healthy adults at unprecedented depth and discovered a much greater than expected level of repertoire sharing between subjects. Additionally, we were able to Read more…


ab[x] toolkit published

Our manuscript describing the ab[x] toolkit — Massively scalable genetic analysis of antibody repertoires — is now up on bioRxiv. The ab[x] toolkit is a set of open-source computational tools for the genetic analysis of repertoire-scale antibody sequence data. There are three core components: abcloud for deployment and management of Read more…