Recent work from graduate student Franklin Caval-Holme and MCB Professor of Neurobiology Marla Feller suggests subtypes of ipRGC cells & non-ipRGC retinal cells communicate giving the retina more light sensitivity than once believed.
Below are articles from various sources about members of MCB and their research.
“I really appreciated the academic freedom I had at UC Berkeley… I left a lot of time open for research,” says Daniel Cardozo Pinto in the new Helen Wills Neuroscience Institute article about his work to map brain circuitry with MCB Assistant Professor of Neurobiology Stephan Lammel.
Read it here.
Read the Fall 2019 MCB Transcript here.
With a $106 MM gift from the Weill Family Foundation, UC Berkeley, UCSF and UW have launched a research network to speed the development of new therapies for diseases and disorders that affect the brain and nervous system.
MCB Professors Daniel Nomura and Britt Glaunsinger are featured in the current issue of Breakthroughs magazine, published by the UC Berkeley College of Natural Resources.
A new paper from the labs of MCB Professor and Judy C. Webb Chair James Hurley and MCB Assistant Professor Roberto Zoncu report the discovery of a novel checkpoint in cell growth signaling: the Lysosomal Folliculin Complex (LFC).
New research from the lab of MCB Assistant Professor Stephan Lammel reveals an assortment of anatomical, physiological, and molecular biological markers that define a distinctive chronic stress-induced behavioral phenotype.
Researchers in MCB Professor of Genetics Genomics and Development and Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) Investigator Nicole King's lab have found a new species of Choanoflagellate, a small single-celled protist, found in both fresh and ocean waters.
Congratulations to MCB Professor of Biochemistry, Biophysics and Structural Biology Jennifer Doudna on receiving the 2019 California Life Sciences Association's (CLSA) Life Sciences Leadership Award!
Congratulations to MCB Professor of Cell and Developmental Biology Diana Bautista on receiving a 2019 2019 NIH Director's Transformative Research Award!