Article to honor 5 PostDocs who have contributed to the community
- September 08, 2021Source: The American Society for Cell Biology (ASCB)
Each year, the American Society for Cell Biology (ASCB) chooses remarkable individuals to be recognized for their various achievements in the realm of life sciences. Pietro De Camilli received the E.B. Wilson Medal, presented to distinguished researchers for their far-reaching contributions to cell biology over a lifetime in science.
- June 23, 2021
Interview number 4 with Dr. Tatiana Cosima Baldari (PhD) about her Science, Journey and personal life.
- June 01, 2021
Shawn Ferguson appointed as Vice Chair for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in the Department of Cell Biology
The Department of Cell Biology is pleased to announce that Shawn Ferguson has been appointed to the new position of Vice Chair for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.
- May 13, 2021Source: Research at Yale
“In science, every answer ends with a question,” Colón-Ramos said. “The most exciting part of our work as scientists is that quest of constant learning. The Wu Tsai Institute is bringing together disciplines that should be more frequently linked—neuroscience, behavior, and computation—to move us to the next level of knowledge.”
- April 29, 2021
Meet Our Speaker Interview to talk No 3 with Dr. Jodi Nunnari.
- April 09, 2021Source: Science
Daniel Colon Ramos and colleagues provide a path forward for institutions to fully realize the potential of a diverse scientific workforce.
- March 14, 2021
The second interview of Our "Meet the Speakers" series features Dr. Kazutoshi Mori, who presented his work on Feb 9th 2021.
- February 25, 2021
When it comes to unlocking the secrets of DNA repair, Yale Cancer Center has an armamentarium at work. In the last two years, Yale’s team has made significant advances in targeting the BRCA-dependent DNA repair axis for cancer therapy and determined that both BRCA1 and BRCA2 protein are involved in DNA repair, but they have fundamentally different mechanisms.
- February 24, 2021Source: YaleNews
The lab developed novel network algorithms and imaging technologies that allowed them to study complex webs of interconnected neurons in living C. elegans, a common type of roundworm often used in research.