The Barski Lab researches epigenomics with a primary focus on the immune system. Our main research projects are designed to investigate epigenomic regulation of T cell differentiation, activation and memory.
To support these projects, we run a complete “-omics” kitchen, including both wet lab “-omics” biotechnology and dry lab data analysis. Our expertise in both areas has led to multiple collaborative papers and grant applications on topics ranging from the epigenomics of spermatogenesis to the epigenomics of atopic disease to epigenomics of lung development. We also run the BioWardrobe server as the Cincinnati Children’s Epigenomics Data Analysis Core.