The 4D Nucleome Network aims to understand the principles behind the three-dimensional organization of the nucleus in space and time (the 4th dimension) and the role nuclear organization plays in gene expression and cellular function. The Network will utilize existing omics and imaging technologies as well as develop new ones to generate data and create resources to enable the study of the 4D Nucleome. More information about the 4D Nucleome program can be obtained at the 4DN portal and the NIH program website, which also lists the funded research centers.
The 4DN data portal is developed and managed by the 4D Nucleome Data Coordination and Integration Center (DCIC). Please address all questions and comments to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Peter J. Park (Harvard Medical School)
Nils Gehlenborg (Harvard Medical School)
Burak Alver (Harvard Medical School)
Scientific Project Manager
Jeremy Johnson (Harvard Medical School)
Lead Senior Software Developer
Carl Vitzthum (Harvard Medical School)
Back-End Web Developer
Alexander Balashov (Harvard Medical School)
Front-End Web Developer
Andrew Schroeder (Harvard Medical School)
Senior Data Curator
Koray Kirli (Harvard Medical School)
Soohyun Lee (Harvard Medical School)
Senior Bioinformatics Scientist
The software and metadata infrastructure for the 4DN Data Portal are based on work by the ENCODE DCC team at Stanford University led by J. Michael Cherry, Ben Hitz, and Cricket Sloan. We gratefully acknowledge the work they have shared open source as well as the guidance they have provided for our implementation. The 4D Nucleome Data Coordination and Integration Center is supported by the U01 Grant CA200059 from the NIH Common Fund.