News from 2014

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“CROSSFERTILIZATION”: LIFE SCIENCES OUTREACH HELPS HIGH SCHOOL TEACHERS HELP US

Tara Bennett (l) and Susan Johnson It’s never too soon to start training and recruiting future innovators in the sciences.  MCB Professor Robert A. Lue initiated Harvard’s Life…

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PHI BETA KAPPA ANNOUNCES HARVARD INDUCTEES

(l to r) Eric B. Zheng, Jonathan A. Marks, Julia M. Y. Pian, Olive W. Tang, Perry S. Choi Five undergraduates in concentrations administered by MCB have been…

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RUTH FONG ’15 NAMED RHODES SCHOLAR

Ruth Fong ’15, a computer science concentrator doing research in David Cox's lab, is one of two Harvard students named 2015 Rhodes Scholars. Every year, 32 students attending…

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MATTHEW MESELSON RECEIVES DOUBLE HELIX MEDAL FROM COLD SPRING HARBOR LABORATORY

James Watson (l) and Matt Meselson Geneticist Matthew Meselson, PhD, has received the Double Helix Medal from Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory for “extraordinary contributions to molecular biology and…

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NINE RESEARCH FELLOWSHIPS AWARDED FOR MCB GRADUATE STUDENTS IN 2014

Nine MCB graduate students have won fellowships to continue their research at Harvard. Jason Gehrke, Alexandra Mattei, and Alyson Ramirez have all won scholarships from the National Science…

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Happy Halloween!

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POSTDOC PROFILE: ANTJE FISCHER [MANGO LAB]

Antje Fischer never outgrew her childhood desire to be a veterinarian. For as long as she can remember she chased insects and watched any animal documentary she could…

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ONE SMALL TWEAK CONVERTS A TRANSPORTER FROM A ONE-WAY INTO A TWO-WAY STREET [GAUDET LAB]

Ahmet Vakkasoglu (l) and Rachelle Gaudet At the heart of our adaptive immune system is the presentation of internal antigens, usually peptides, to cytotoxic T cells. The Transporter…

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