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MCB Professor Regifts Prize to Students

Catherine Dulac, the Higgins Professor of Molecular and Cellular Biology and a Howard Hughes Medical Institute Investigator, has added another coveted title to her roster. This year she…

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Sherry Gao, Matthew Reynolds, and Kian Simpson featured in The Harvard Crimson!

Each year, Harvard’s student-run newspaper publishes a series of interviews with fifteen seniors. The Crimson’s editors used computer program to randomly select 15 members of Class of ‘19.…

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Thank You to Everyone Who Donated to the 2018 MCB Holiday Gift Drive!

This winter, the MCB Holiday Gift Drive collected gifts and supplies for Rosie’s Place, the oldest women’s shelter in the country. The entire MCB community pitched in and…

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  • Education

Postdoc Profile: Abhinav Grama

Born in Hyderabad, India, Abhinav Grama’s first encounters with science were through books. “I would devour all kinds of books,” he recalls. Medical thrillers by physician-turned-novelist Robin Cook…

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  • Education

MCB Student Earns Rhodes Scholarship

MCB concentrator Jin Park has been named one of the 2019 Rhodes Scholars, and will be attending Oxford University next fall. Park is also the first Deferred Action…

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  • Education

MCB Professor Regifts Prize to Students

Catherine Dulac, the Higgins Professor of Molecular and Cellular Biology and a Howard Hughes Medical Institute Investigator, has added another coveted title to her roster. This year she…

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  • Education

Dominic Mao brings STEM Back Home

Dominic Mao, advisor for two of Harvard’s life sciences concentrations (Molecular and Cellular Biology and Chemical and Physical Biology) and MCB lecturer, spent part of his summer in…

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MCB Professors Inspire Next Generation of Neuroscientists

Twice a year the MIT Museum honors women in science while simultaneously inspiring their future peers with Girls Day, an event aimed at children 10 and up. This…

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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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  • Announcement

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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  • Education

MCO Student Wins Fellowship

Fourth-year MCO graduate student Andrew Kane is the proud winner of a fellowship from the American Federation for Aging Research (AFAR). The AFAR Scholarships for Research in the…

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