We study the translational control of gene expression in order to learn how cells change the translation of specific genes and better understand the role of this regulation in the cell. Our research makes extensive use of genome-scale approaches and deep sequencing.

Lab News!
12/2017 - Welcome to our new post-doc Wren
08/2017 - Our most up-to-date ribosome profiling protocol in Methods
05/2017 - Welcome to new Ph.D. student Paige Diamond!
03/2017 - A fond farewall to Mike!
02/2017 - Eric published his latest work on platelet specific translation in Blood!
10/2016 - A fond farewall to Anna, who is joining the Fraser lab at Stanford as a Post-doc!
09/2016 - Eric published his work on translation regulation in platelets in Cell Reports!
09/2016 - A fond farewall to Shintaro, who is starting his lab at RIKEN!
06/2016 - Shintaro published his latest work on eIF4A in Nature!
05/2016 - A big welcome to our new Ph.D. students Sam Fernandez and Ryan Muller!
09/2015 - Shintaro published his collaboration with the Rape lab in Nature!
09/2015 - Mike published his collaboration with the Hetzer & Beck labs in Cell Systems!

Interested in joining us?
Post-doctoral applicants should email a CV to ingolia at berkeley dot edu.
Graduate students join our lab through the MCB program, the Computational Biology program, and the Biophysics program.