Welcome to the Arensburger Site at Cal Poly Pomona
(Please note that this page is now depricated [as of Dec 2021], please go to the new CPP faculty page at https://www.cpp.edu/faculty/parensburger/index.shtml)
The Arensburger lab at Cal Poly focuses on bioinformatic questions such as the abudance and characteristics of transposable elements in invertebrates and the
regulation of transposable elements by small RNAs.
- Ramiro Echeverria is a masters student working on identifying repeated sequence in various bird genomes.
- Emi Hays is an undergraduate student who joined the lab Spring 2021, her research is on identifying spider transposable element sequences.
- Sabrina Perez is an undergaduate student who joined in Summer 2021. She is working on finding patterns in the location of transposable element on a spider genome.
- Students, both graduate and undergraduate are welcome to contact Peter Arensburger, particularly if they possess a some (not necessarily much) knowledge of scripting languages such Python, R, or Perl.
Graphical representation of repeat sequences in a chicken genome. Dots indicate repeated sequences, lines indicate sequence similarities. This is an example of visual representation of abstract genome sequence data.
Lab location: Building 4 Room: 3-513
Contact information: email@example.com, office phone number can be found here
Department of Biological Sciences
Cal Poly Pomona
3801 West Temple Avenue
Pomona, California 91768