We sent our MCB PhD class of 2020 off in style last week with an online celebration to mark the occasion.
Below are articles from various sources about members of MCB and their research.
Researchers in the lab of Judith Klinman are exploring how PQQ is made in bacteria to understand and unlock the potential health benefits of PQQ in the foods we eat.
Over the past several months, our scientific community has united to find ways to slow the spread of the SARS-CoV-2 virus and end the COVID-19 pandemic. We've created a dedicated COVID-19 news page with the latest efforts from the MCB community.
Researchers Patrick Pausch and Basem Al-Shayeb are first authors of a paper describing CasPhi that will appear this week in the journal Science.
We welcome Dr. Megan Martik to MCB! She'll join the department as an Assistant Professor of Genetics, Genomics and Development.
How can physics help solve crucial questions in gene regulation?
Four MCB faculty members are part of a $20M NSF project to produce novel polymers in living cells.
Please read the MCB Co-Chairs follow-up message to the MCB Town Hall Meeting held last week.
Cheers to MCB Assistant Professor Eunyong Park on being named a 2020 Pew scholar in the biomedical sciences!
Congratulations to MCB Professor Alanna Schepartz on receiving the 2020 American Chemical Society (ACS) Ralph F. Hirschmann Award in Peptide Chemistry!
Congratulations to Assistant Professor Dipti Nayak on receiving a 2020 Arnold & Mabel Beckman Foundation Beckman Young Investigator Award!
A message from the MCB Co-Chairs on our commitment to the department's core values of embracing diversity, inclusion, and dedication to providing an academically enriching and supportive climate for all.
Congratulations to Gloria Brar on receiving tenure and her promotion to MCB Associate Professor!
Every year, MCB hosts the Thesis Research Presentations (TheRPs) symposium, giving PhD graduates an opportunity to present their scientific research and acknowledge the people and community who helped them along the way.
Neurobiology faculty Assistant Professor Andrea Gomez, Professor Richard Kramer, and Assistant Professor Stephan Brohawn have been selected to receive funding from the Rennie Fund for the Study of Epilepsy.