News from 2018

  • Research

Fooling the Cell Twice: Dual Structural Mimicry for HIV Transcription [D’Souza Lab]

With Halloween right around the corner at the end of this month, those who choose to participate are given the opportunity to put on costumes and assume a…

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  • Education

MCO STUDENT WILL SPEAK AT 2016 HARVARD HORIZONS SYMPOSIUM

MCO student Carolina Salguero from the D'Souza lab will speak at this year's Harvard Horizons symposium on Tuesday, April 5, 2016 at 6:00 PM.The event wlll take place…

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  • Archive

RNA REMODELING BY AN EFFICIENT RETROVIRAL RENOVATOR [D’SOUZA LAB]

As anyone who has renovated a home knows, the process of remodeling often requires an elaborate orchestration of timing and materials. Remodeling at the molecular level is likewise…

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  • Archive

RETROVIRAL RNA SNAPS INTO SHAPE!

(L-R) M. Durney, V. D'Souza, J. Nagle, Carolina Salguero Retroviruses, like all viruses, rely on host protein machinery to carry out every step in their life cycle. Therefore,…

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  • Archive

D’SOUZA AND LESCHZINER PROMOTED TO ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR

Andres Leschziner Victoria D'Souza The Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology is pleased to announce the promotion of Victoria D'Souza and Andres Leschziner to Associate Professor. "The MCB…

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  • Archive

VICTORIA D’SOUZA: USING STRUCTURAL BIOLOGY TO SOLVE RNA

Victoria D’Souza It’s hard to know how something works if you don’t know what it looks like. Biomolecules are no exception: decipher their structure and their function will…

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  • Archive

MCB WELCOMES NEW FACULTY

We are pleased to announce the arrivals of new MCB faculty members: Erin O’Shea, Alex Schier, Kevin Eggan, Victoria D’Souza, and Naoshige Uchida. Erin O’Shea, Professor of Molecular…

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