News from 2018

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MCB Professor Wins Top Award

MCB professor Catherine Dulac has won the 2018 Karl Spencer Lashley Award from the American Philosophical Society. The prize, which was named for distinguished neuropsychologist and former Harvard…

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Its That Time of Year!

Each winter MCB celebrates the "giving season" with a holiday gift drive. This year we are taking gifts for Rosie's Place, the oldest women's shelter in America. Your…

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Happy Halloween!

Greetings from the first-year MCO graduate students.

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John Dowling’s Newest Book on Understanding the Brain

In 1999, W.W. Norton published my book, “Creating Mind: How the Brain Works” that was written primarily for the non-scientist. It did well, and was reprinted seven times.…

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MCO Student Places in Photomicrography Competition

Tessa Montague, a former MCO student who recently graduated from the Schier Lab, has won fifth place in the annual Nikon Small World Competition. The contest rewards entrants…

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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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