MCB Professors David Drubin, Rebecca Heald and Robert Tjian are among 11 UC Berkeley faculty who have been elected as lifetime fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).
Below are articles from various sources about members of MCB and their research.
MCB Professors of Immunology and Molecular Medicine, Greg Barton and Russell Vance, are two of the recent grant recipients of the Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) new Emerging Pathogens Initiative.
As the year comes to a close, MCB has a lot to be thankful for. Most importantly, we are grateful for our extraordinary community of our students, postdocs, staff, faculty, alumni and friends. We hope you enjoy our year-end video highlighting some of our 2022 memories together.
Learn about MCB's exciting research, new faculty, plant-based egg entrepreneurship, phixing physiology, and much more...
Read the Fall 2022 MCB Transcript here.
Filipa Rijo-Ferreira, Assistant Professor (Affiliated) of Immunology and Molecular Medicine, was chosen as one of the 2022 STAT Wunderkinds. She was selected among hundreds of nominations for her innovative research. Read more...
Interested in becoming a UC Berkeley faculty member? We are now accepting applications for an Assistant Professor in Residence for the MCB Division of Genetics, Genomics, Evolution & Development (GGED).
Congratulations to Hernan Garcia on receiving tenure and his promotion to MCB Associate Professor of Genetics, Genomics, Evolution, and Development!
The Garcia laboratory seeks to understand, predict, and control developmental programs.
Yvette Fisher, Assistant Professor of Neurobiology, is a recipient of an NIH Director's New Innovator Award for her project “How Does Neuromodulation Shape the Fluidity of Spatial Working Memory?” The award was established in 2007 to support unusually innovative research from early career investigators.
Former MCB faculty and UC Berkeley alumna Carolyn Bertozzi has received the 2022 Nobel Prize in Chemistry “for the development of click chemistry and bioorthogonal chemistry”.
We are excited to announce the recipients of our annual MCB Outstanding Postdoctoral Fellows Awards! Each year, the department honors five postdocs (one in each division) for excellence in research, leadership, and service.