2019 Dissertations

16 dissertations listed for 2019.

  • Betin, Viktoria
    Dual RNAseq characterization of Mycobacterium tuberculosis infection
    Deborah Hung Lab (HMS/MGH)
  • Gharaei, Nava
    Natural and synthetic strategies for DNA maintenance and recording
  • Herrera, Kristian
    Neural mechanisms of salt avoidance in a freshwater fish
    Florian Engert Lab (MCB)
  • Ho-Shing, Olivia
    Cell type-specific analysis of Bcl-xL genomic imprinting in the mouse brain
    Catherine Dulac Lab (MCB)
  • Hsieh, Yu-Ying (Phoebe)
    Evolutionary repair: changes in the genome allow meiotic cohesin to support mitosis
    Andrew Murray Lab (MCB)
  • Kim, Suhyun
    Quorum Sensing Can Be Repurposed To Promote Information Transfer between Bacteria in the Mammalian Gut
    Pamela Silver Lab (HMS)
  • Lewarch, Caitlin
    The Evolution of Nesting Behavior in Peromyscus Mice
    Hopi Hoekstra Lab (MCB/OEB)
  • Marin-Rodriguez, Brenda
    Mechanistic and Circuit-Based Studies of Infant-directed Behaviors
    Catherine Dulac Lab (MCB)
  • Nagy, Emma
    How blocking lipopolysaccharide synthesis and transport affects cell survival
    Dan Kahne Lab (CCB) and Rich Losick Lab (MCB)
  • Sirias, Denise
    Linking self versus non-self recognition genes and their function to microbial community structure
    Karine Gibbs Lab (MCB)
  • Smith, Zachary
    Epigenetic mechanisms in development and disease
    Alex Meissner Lab (SCRB)
  • Srikant, Sriram
    Evolution of Substrate Selectivity in ATP Binding Cassette Exporters
    Rachelle Gaudet Lab (MCB) and Andrew Murray Lab (MCB)
  • Stirling, Finn
    “Physical and genetic containment of transgenic bacteria for real world applications”
    Pamela Silver Lab (HMS)
  • Stoddard, Patrick
    Glucokinase polymerization regulates enzyme activity in response to environmental shifts
    Andrew Murray Lab (MCB) and Ethan Garner Lab (MCB)
  • Ter-Ovanesyan, Dima
    Investigation of RNA in Extracellular Vesicles
    George Church Lab (HMS) and Aviv Regev Lab (Broad/MIT)
  • Tsai, Stephanie
    Cytokine signaling plays central roles in the initiation of limb regeneration
    Doug Melton Lab (SCRB)
  • Wagner, Nico
    Stop codon readthrough in VEGF-A is regulated by synergistic activity of a complex tripartite signal
    Victoria D’Souza Lab (MCB)


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