UPMC Hillman Cancer Center,
Department of Computational
and Systems Biology,
University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine,
Research Pavilion, Suite 2.6f
5117 Centre Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
Email: shf28 AT pitt DOT edu
Ph (O): (412) 623-7986
Fax: (412) 623-7761
UPMC Hillman Cancer Center,
Department of Computational and Systems Biology,
University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, Pittsburgh, PA
Postdoctoral Associate position in computational and spatial systems biology is available in my lab. Details can be found here. To apply for the position, please email me your curriculum vitae, a one-page summary of your research interests together with names and contact information of three references. Applications will be reviewed and evaluated on an ongoing basis, following the receipt of all required materials.
Sampling and scrambling in compressive sensing based spectral domain optical coherence tomography, JTu2F.7, CLEO (2020).
S. Uttam, A. M. Stern, S. Furman, F. Pullara, D. Spagnolo, L. Nguyen, A. H Gough, C. Sevinsky, F. Ginty, D. L. Taylor, S. C. Chennubhotla,
A spatial analytics computational and systems biology platform predicts risk of colorectal cancer recurrence and identifies emergent spatial domain networks associated with recurrence, Nat. Commun.; 1:3515 (2020). [link]
S. Uttam, J. G. Hashash, J. LaFace, D. Binion, M. Regueiro, D. J. Hartman, R. E. Brand, and Y. Liu,
Three-dimensional nanoscale nuclear architecture mapping detects the presence of colorectal neoplasia in patients with inflammatory bowel disease colitis from rectal biopsies, Cancer Prev. Res.,12(8) 527-538 (2019). [link]
It was invited to be featured on the cover of the August 1, 2019 issue of Cancer Prevention Research (AACR).
S. Uttam and Y. Liu
Three-dimensional nanoscale nuclear architecture mapping for improved cancer risk stratification, SPIE/OSA European Conferences on Biomedical Optics (ECBO) 2019, 23-27 June 2019, Munich, Germany; Paper 11076-38 (2019).
E. Fouquerel, R. Barnes, S. Uttam, S. Watkins, M. Bruchez, and P. L. Opresko,
Chronic oxidative guanine base damage at telomeres induces telomere crisis, Molecular Cell; 75(1): 117-130 (2019).
S. Uttam, A.M. Stern, S. A. Furman, F. Pullara, F. Ginty, D. L. Taylor, S. C. Chennubhotla,
Spatial proteomics with hyperplexed fluorescence imaging predicts risk of colorectal cancer recurrence and infers recurrence-specific protein-protein networks. Cancer Res; 79 (13 Supplement): 1642 (2019). [AACR Annual Meeting 2019, March 29-April 3 2019, Atlanta, Georgia].
J. Xu, H. Ma, J. Jin, S. Uttam, R. Fu, Y. Huang, and Y. Liu, “Super-resolution imaging of higher-order chromatin structures at different epigenetic states in single mammalian cells,” Cell Reports; 24(4): 873-882 (2018).