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Welcome to Cell Biology

The Yale School of Medicine is considered to be one of the birthplaces for modern Cell Biology; to this day it remains one of the top Cell Biology centers in the world. Our department has a rich history in exploring fundamental mechanisms of cellular function and maintains a vibrant faculty with diverse interests. The department is headed by James Rothman, the Sterling Professor of Cell Biology, and recipient of the 2013 Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine.

In order to meet the immense challenge of deciphering the complexity of biology, it is essential to harness the ideas of people of all backgrounds. However, we recognize that many groups have been historically marginalized in both society and science. We recognize these challenges and historical inequities.

Events Calendar

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  • Everyone (Public)
    Multi-session Event
    Juergen A. Knoblich, Ph.D - Charles L. Sawyers, MD - Haifan Lin, PhD - In-Hyun Park, PhD - Shangqin Guo, PhD - Stephanie Halene, MD, PhD - Qin Yan, PhD - Qiao Wu - Xiongzhuo Tang, PhD - Duy Phan - Kaelyn Sumigray, PhD - Zachary Smith - Berna Sozen, PhD - Andrew Xiao, PhD - Yiqun Jiang - Nils Neuenkirchen, PhD - Tianshu Liu - Mandar Deepak Muzumdar, MD - Nikhil Joshi, PhD - Anne Eichmann, PhD - Jeffrey Ishizuka, MD, DPhil - Dingyao Zhang - Kaiti Duan - Diane Krause, MD, PhD
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