Research Integrity and Reproducibility
Artists in Residence
Engineers and Architects
New York Genome Center
External Advisory Board
Global City Sampling Day
Brooklyn BioReactor Project
Sample Collection Map 2016 – 2021
2022 Sample Collection Map
2021 Sample Collection Map
2020 Sample Collection Map
2019 Sample Collection Map
2018 Sample Collection Map
2017 Sample Collection Map
2016 Sample Collection Map
Conferences – Overview
2022 Conference – Miami Beach, USA
2020 Conference – Virtual
2019 Conference – Istanbul, Turkey
2018 Conference – Praia do Forte, Brazil
2017 Conference – Stockholm, Sweden
2016 Conference – Shanghai, China
2015 Conference – New York City, USA
Connect With Us
Global Metagenomics Summit
Christopher Mason, PhD
Professor Weill Cornell Medicine
Dr. Mason’s laboratory has extensive, published expertise in the optimization of genomic assays for metagenomics, metatranscriptomics, exome-sequencing, RNA-sequencing, and targeted genomic analysis, as well as their computational analyses. Dr. Mason leads several consortium efforts to standardize best practices for DNA and RNA-sequencing, including the MetaSUB Consortium.
Associate Director, Shared Resources University of Miami
George Grills, as an Associate Director of the Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center (SCCC), is responsible for oversight for shared resources that offer support for genomics, flow cytometry, imaging, biorepository, cancer modeling, molecular therapeutics, behavioral and community-based research, and biostatistics and bioinformatics.
Helena Solo-Gabriele, PhD
Professor University of Miami
Dr. Helena Solo-Gabriele is a Professor of Civil/Environmental Engineering (tenured) at the College of Engineering. She has over 25 years of research experience leading large networks of researchers through implementation of programs to promote interdisciplinary research for College of Engineering faculty.
Executive Director, MetaSUB Weill Cornell Medicine
Krista Ryon, currently a researcher at the Christopher Mason lab serves as the Executive Director for the MetaSUB Consortium, she is extensively familiar with the protocols for collection, annotation, extraction, sequencing, and analysis for shotgun sequence and genomics data.
Manager University of Miami
Maria Robertson, as University of Miami, has extensive experience supporting various departments at the University for over 20 years. She is in charge of coordinating events and overseeing the budget.