Wed, 11/29/2017

CSB Alum Dr. Laura Kleiman  will be leading a roundtable discussion about careers in cancer research management and non-profit entrepreneurship.

Seminar title: “Cancer research management and non-profit entrepreneurship"

Laura Kleiman is a Scientific Research Director of the cBio...

Wed, 04/20/2016

Join us this Wednesday for a talk by CSB's Brian Cleary of the Regev and Lander labs! It's at 12:30 in 16-220.


Title: Compressible representations of gene expression patterns reveal fundamental processes and enable highly efficient transcriptomics


Wed, 02/03/2016

Hello, all

Please join us today for Colette's seminar and lunch!

Title: Genomic imprinting in the outcrossing species Arabidopsis lyrata is conserved with A. thaliana but is associated with an unusual methylation state
When: Wednesday Feb. 3...

Wed, 11/04/2015

This Wednesday we'll hear about "Using CRISPR sequences to probe the history of bacteria" from CSB's own Joy Yang, who is coadvised by Martin Polz and Eric Alm. Hope to see you there!

Wed, 10/21/2015
Wed, 10/07/2015

Join us at 12:30 in 16-220 to hear Raven Reddy, from Forest White's lab, speak about his research!

Wed, 05/20/2015

Vincent, a CSBie from the Keating lab, will be talking to us about his project "Learning to affinity rank peptides from sequence for Bcl-2 family proteins." See you there!



In the Keating lab, we have developed a high-throughput assay to asses the...

Wed, 04/15/2015

Hope everyone had a good spring break! Seminars will be returning next week with a talk from CSB's Mariana Matus, who is studying the microbiology of waste in Eric Alm's lab. (Mariana's project has been featured in the Globe!...

Wed, 03/11/2015

Next week, we'll hear from Sahin about his work: “Survival on amniote sex chromosomes is associated with a unique combination of transcription factor binding and microRNA-mediated repression." See you then!


Abstract: To date, analyses of amniote sex chromosome evolution have...

Wed, 02/25/2015

Amanda Kedaigle (your humble webmistress) will be giving the first seminar of the S15 semester this coming Wednesday! The seminar is at 12:30 in 16-220. I'll be talking about my research on epigenetic signatures found in Huntington's Disease-derived induced pluripotent stem cells. Hope to see...