Welcome to Zhengqing Ouyang's lab homepage. Our lab is part of The Jackson Laboratory for Genomic Medicine, affiliated with the Department of Biomedical Engineering and Department of Genetics and Developmental Biology at the University of Connecticut, and is located on the campus of the University of Connecticut Health Center.
The Ouyang Lab is focused on developing statistical and
computational methodologies for high-throughput
genomic and epigenomic data.
We work on large-scale and high-dimensional datasets from cutting-edge
next generation sequencing platforms to investigate a variety of
problems in chromatin and RNA genomics. We are interested in combining
computational and experimental approaches to study genetic and
in development and diseases.
10/2014 - We are moving to our gorgeous new building!
01/2014 - Dr. Ouyang is featured in The Jackson Laboratory news GenomeWeb lists three JAX faculty among most promising young investigators!
01/2014 - Our collaborative paper about landscape and variation of RNA secondary structure across the human transcriptome has been published in Nature!
12/2013 - Dr. Ouyang has been awarded the Genome Technology Young Investigators of the Year Award!
10/2013 - Our collaborative paper about STAT3 targets on aggressive tumorigenesis in diffuse large B cell lymphoma has been published in G3: Genes, Genomes, Genetics!04/2013 - Our collaborative paper about RNA structure mapping using nuclease digestion and high-throughput sequencing has been published in Nature Protocols!
03/2013 - Our lab has been affiliated with the Department of Genetics and Developmental Biology at the University of Connecticut School of Medicine!
01/2013 - Our methodology paper about genome-scale RNA secondary structure reconstruction has been published in Genome Research!
01/2013 - Our lab has been affiliated with the Department of Biomedical Engineering at the University of Connecticut School of Engineering!
12/2012 - Dr. Ouyang is featured in The Jackson Laboratory news JAX Genomic Medicine appoints computational biologist to faculty!