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MCB BIOpalooza: Meet the Incoming First-year Graduate Students!

This year’s virtual retreat, MCB BIOpalooza, will provide opportunities for the MCB community to meet the new incoming graduate students (and vice versa) through breakout sessions and through…

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MCB BIOpalooza: Meet the Incoming First-year Graduate Students!

This year’s virtual retreat, MCB BIOpalooza, will provide opportunities for the MCB community to meet the new incoming graduate students (and vice versa) through breakout sessions and through…

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SROH (Summer Research Opportunities at Harvard) Goes Virtual

With Harvard’s lab spaces closed, hosting undergraduate interns through the Summer Research Opportunities at Harvard (SROH) program this year seemed like an impossibility. But the SROH leadership found…

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Catherine Dulac Awarded 2021 Breakthrough Prize in Life Sciences

MCB faculty Catherine Dulac has been chosen as a recipient of the prestigious 2021 Breakthrough Prize in Life Sciences. She is one of four awardees in the Life…

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Register for MCB’s virtual retreat “MCB BIOpalooza” by Friday, September 11!

All MCB students—including undergraduates with concentrations in Neuroscience, CPB, and MCB, as well as graduate students and postdocs in MCB labs—are invited to join faculty and staff for…

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Postdoc Spotlight: Andres Florez [Garner Lab]

After months spent working on papers and coding projects from home, postdoc Andres Florez Amaya of the Garner Lab was one of the several Harvard researchers who re-entered…

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To the 3D Genome and Beyond

Three-dimensional organization of the human genome regulates many cellular functions. The authors characterized the first high-resolution 3D structures of full-length human chromosomes using a multiplexed imaging platform to…

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Moving in the Dark: Primary Visual Cortex Encodes Information 3D Orienting Movements of the Head

For the past half century, neuroscientists have seen the visual cortex as the part of the brain that processes imagery. Visual information enters the brain via the retina…

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MCB Chair Sean Eddy Highlights Inclusion Issues and Encourages MCB Community to Try New Strategies

On MCB Chair Sean Eddy’s first day on the job, over 140 MCB community members tuned in for a “town hall” Zoom call to discuss the most pressing…

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Amanda Whipple Receives the Rita Allen Foundation’s Most Prestigious Award for New Faculty

MCB faculty Amanda Whipple has been chosen by the Rita Allen Foundation as one of five Rita Allen Scholars in the Class of 2020 and the sole recipient…

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