Sam Buckberry

Sam Buckberry

Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Genome Bioinformatics

Lister Lab

The University of Western Australia

Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research

Biography

Sam Buckberry is a molecular and computational biologist in the Lister Lab. Sam utilises an integrative approach to data analysis to study the principles and mechanisms of epigenetic gene regulation through combining cutting-edge methods in molecular biology, genomics, and bioinformatics.

Interests
  • Bioinformatics
  • Genomics
  • R programming
  • Data visualisation
  • DNA methylation
  • Stem cell reprogramming
  • Early human development
Education
  • PhD in Medicine (Bioinformatics), 2015

    The University of Adelaide

  • Bachelor of Health Science (Hons), 2011

    The University of Adelaide

  • Bachelor of Science (Biology), 2010

    Flinders University

Recent Publications

(2019). A single-cell atlas of entorhinal cortex from individuals with Alzheimer's disease reveals cell-type-specific gene expression regulation. Nature neuroscience.

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(2019). Convergent evolution of a vertebrate-like methylome in a marine sponge. Nature ecology & evolution.

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(2018). Recurrent acquisition of cytosine methyltransferases into eukaryotic retrotransposons. Nature communications.

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(2018). msgbsR: An R package for analysing methylation-sensitive restriction enzyme sequencing data. Scientific reports.

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(2018). Approaches for the Analysis and Interpretation of Whole Genome Bisulfite Sequencing Data. Epigenome Editing: Methods and Protocols.

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(2017). Cell Type of Origin Dictates the Route to Pluripotency. Cell reports.

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