News from 2018

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MCB Research Retreat This Weekend

Meet the First-year graduate students: Easun Arunachalam   Luolan Bai   Karen Bao   Julien Barrere   Rui Fang   Yuan Fang   Patrick Gainey   Shreyas Gopalakrishnan…

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2018 Rhino Cup Winners

Thank you to everyone who participated in the 2018  Rhino Cup and congratulations to this year's winners! First place: Spiking Variability_OEB – Ölveczky Lab Aaron Burberry, Ashesh Dhawale, Adrian…

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Congratulations to the Winners of the 2018 MCB Staff Badminton Tournament!

1st – Giselle Grenier (MCB Lab Admin – Dowling- and Hensch Labs) and Jesse Machado (NW building – Shipping and Receiving) 2nd – John Kropowensky (MCB Core Admin…

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A Symposium in Celebration of Matthew Meselson

  Matthew Meselson faculty profile      

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Renate Hellmiss a Harvard Hero

When Renate Hellmiss learned she had been named a Harvard Hero this year, she was shocked. She was surprised by the award itself, and was quick to throw…

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Larry Gold Will Deliver the Paul Doty Lecture on December 14, 2017

Larry Gold will present the annual Doty Lecture, "Human Proteomics: From Biology to Chemistry to Big Data to Personalized Healthcare", at 12 noon on December 14, 2017 in…

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In Memoriam Fotis Kafatos

It is with a heavy heart that I share with you the sad news of the passing of Fotis Kafatos, our dear friend and former colleague. Fotis trained…

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MCO Student Featured in Nature Magazine

Vayu Maini Rekdal, a third-year MCO student  in the Balskus lab, is featured in  PDF

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Former MCO Student Elected to Latino 30 Under 30

Mohammed Mostajo-Radji, a former MCO graduate student from Paola Arlotta’s lab, has been named one of El Mundo Boston’s 2017 Latino 30 under 30. These individuals are chosen…

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HAPPY HALLOWEEN!

Scaffolding didn't stop them. The first-year graduate students continued with the tradition to decorate the rhinos that are located outside the BioLabs.  

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