23/4/20: New manuscript: published in Preprints.org by Carress et al.
Population Genetic Considerations for Using Biobanks as International Resources in the Pandemic Era and Beyond
18/2/20: New paper: published in Blood Cancer Journal by Baughn et al.
The CCND1 870G risk allele is enriched in individuals of African ancestry with plasma cell dyscrasias.
2/12/20: New manuscript: published in Preprints.org by Mason-Buck et al.
DNA Based Methods in Intelligence - Moving Towards Metagenomics
6/2/20: Invited speaker at the GeoGenetics Center, University of Copenhagen, Denmark.
Settling the When and Where questions in Paleogenomics.
21/11/19: Speaking at the Molecular Cell Biology group Tandem talk 2019, Lund, Sweden.
A genomic dating tool for ancient genomes resolves the origins of hundreds of Eurasian genomes.
13/11/19: Invited session chair to the Genomic Medicine 2019 Nordic conference, Copenhagen, Denmark.
7/11/19: Speaking at the Molecular Ecology and Evolution group seminar 2019, Lund, Sweden.
From ancient DNA to ancient Empires using ancient GPS.
2/11/19: New manuscript: published in bioRxiv by Esposito et al.
A genomic dating tool for ancient genomes resolves the origins of hundreds of Eurasian genomes
26/10/19: New paper: published in Applied Cancer Research by the GE4GAC group and colleagues.
Genomics and epidemiology for gastric adenocarcinomas (GE4GAC): a Brazilian initiative to study gastric cancer
14/10/19: Dr. Elhaik was appointed a Senior Lecturer at Lund University, Sweden.
20/9/19: Invited speaker at the Royal Statistical Society North Eastern Local Group meeting, Newcastle University, Newcastle, UK.
From Lost Empires to Modern Cities with TPS and ancient GPS
1/9/19: Invited speaker at the COST Charme Istanbul Summer Training School, Istanbul, Turkey.
Why all PCA in population genetics are likely wrong?
30/8/19: Speaking at the MetaSUB Meeting 2019, Istanbul, Turkey.
Microbiome predicts geography on a global scale.
6/8/19: New manuscript: published in bioRxiv by Danko et al.
Global Genetic Cartography of Urban Metagenomes and Anti-Microbial Resistance
26/7/19: New manuscript: published in bioRxiv by Eachus et al.
Regulation of neuron-specific gene transcription by stress hormone signalling requires synaptic activity in zebrafish
24/6/19: Speaking at the Yorkshire Universities Evolutionary Group Meeting 2019, York, UK.
From ancient DNA to ancient cities in 5 seconds.
18/6/19: New popular science article: published in Ancient Origins by Elhaik
Resurrecting the Ancient Israelites From the Valley of Dry Bones
8/6/19: Speaking on BBC Radio Sheffield on ancient DNA testing and identity.
14/4/19: Launching the Ancient DNA Hub.
An encyclopedia of ancient people whose genomed have been sequenced.
11/4/19: Invited speaker at King's College, London, UK.
Can the Microbiome mirror worldwide geography?
9/4/19: Speaking at the 3rd Annual MAQC Society Conference, Trentino, Italy.
Why all Principal Component Analyses (PCA) in genetics are likely wrong?
11/1/19: New popular science article: published in The Conversation by Elhaik
Neonatal circumcision could increase the risk of sudden infant death syndrome in babies – new research
11/1/19: New paper: published in Journal of Clinical and Translational Research by Elhaik.
Neonatal circumcision and prematurity are associated with sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS)
6/1/19: Speaking at the Pop group 52 conference, Oxford, UK.
Temporal Population Structure to date ancient skeletons.
18/12/18: New paper: published in Genes by Esposito et al.
Ancient Ancestry Informative Markers for Identifying Fine-Scale Ancient Population Structure in Eurasians
15/12/18: Invited speaker at the Europe MetaSUB and Friends meeting, University in Krakow, Krakow, Poland.
SNPs GPS and towards metagenomics GPS.
16/11/18: New paper: published in Bioinformatics by Elhaik and Ryan
Pair Matcher (PaM): fast model-based optimisation of treatment/case-control matches
24/10/18: Invited speaker at the Israel Antiquity Authority, Jerusaelm, Israel.
Unearthing Ancient Ashkenaz using ancient GPS
20/10/18: New popular science article: published in The Hayadan (Hebrew) by Elhaik
Ashkenazic Jew in the Silk Road
10/10/18: New paper: published in Blood Cancer Journal by Baughn et al.
Differences in genomic abnormalities among African individuals with monoclonal gammopathies using calculated ancestry.
5/9/18: New popular science article: published in The Conversation by Elhaik
Ashkenazic Jew's mysterious origins unravelled by scientists thanks to ancient DNA
25/4/18: Interviewed to BBC Sheffield on DNA Day.
How to find your biogeographical origins
25/4/18: Interviewed to BBC Leicester on DNA Day.
How to find your biogeographical origins
18/4/18: Interviewed to NPR (USA) on the origin of Jews.
Members of Whose Tribe?
1/3/18: Invited speaker at the KU Leuven, 2018, Leuven, Belgium.
Bridging the Gaps to Personalised Medicine
30/1/18: An interview published in Front Line Genomics magazine by Humphrey
Solving Genomic Mysteries.
30/1/18: Personalized Medicine panel chairman and speaker at the Festival of Genomics, London, UK.
Taming the skew - controlling for population stratification in drug trials\association studies.
15/1/18: Invited speaker at the University in Krakow, Krakow, Poland.
Reconstructing the atlas of human migrations from the end of the Ice Age to modern times.
11/1/18: New popular science article: published in Front Line Genomics magazine by Elhaik
Bridging the Gaps to Personalised Medicine.
28/12/17: Invited speaker at the Israel Police the Department of Investigations and Intelligence, Jerusalem, Israel.
Harnessing genomics and metagenomics for forensics.
25/12/17: Invited speaker at the Open University, Raanana, Israel.
Uncovering ancient Ashkenaz with genetic GPS.
20/12/17: Invited speaker at the University of Oulu, Oulu, Finland.
Taming the skew Empowering medical and population genomics to promote personalized medicine.
5/12/17: Invited speaker at the Monash University, Melbourne, Australia.
Reconstructing the atlas of human migrations (12,000 BC - Modern times).
21/11/17: New paper: published in Genome Biology and Evolution by Elhaik et al.
The Diversity of REcent and Ancient huMan (DREAM): a new microarray for genetic anthropology and genealogy, forensics, and personalized medicine.
10/11/17: Dr. Elhaik is now a tenured Lecturer.
3/11/17: Dr. Elhaik received a teaching award.