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BBS at Harvard
PhD Program in Biological and Biomedical Sciences, located in Boston, MA.
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BBS at Harvard May 23
Did you miss 's Harvard Horizons talk, "GEMINI Vulnerabilities as a Novel Class of Cancer Therapeutic Targets"? It is now available to watch online:
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BBS at Harvard May 22
We hope everyone gets a chance to enjoy the Quad before the Class Day preparations begin!
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Diana Libuda May 14
Had an amazing visit to ⁦⁩ to give a talk. Wonderful to meet the current Harvard Genetics Training grant students (they asked amazing questions!) and to see my PhD advisor Fred Winston! All my great memories from grad school came flooding back so quickly.
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BBS at Harvard May 8
Congratulations to the 10 Harvard faculty members recently elected to the National Academy of Sciences, and to our own David Reich for the 2019 NAS Award in Molecular Biology!
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BBS at Harvard Apr 29
Congratulations to Jack Szostak for his election as a Fellow of the !
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BBS at Harvard Apr 19
It’s starting to look like spring on the medical campus.
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Harvard Medical School Apr 16
Researchers have discovered rare genetic variants that may influence risk for developing cardiomyopathy from cancer therapy
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Harvard University Apr 16
Researchers at Harvard have studied successful methods to reduce stress.
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BBS at Harvard Apr 15
Congratulations to everyone in the Harvard Medical family who ran the today! We have some extraordinary athletes in our community.
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Harvard GSAS Apr 10
"With all the knowledge we have gained about cancer, why is it that we have so few effective targeted therapies?" - Caitlin Nichols, PhD candidate in biological and biomedical sciences at
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Dept. of Molecular Biology Apr 4
From - SMCHD1 Merges Chromosome Compartments and Assists Formation of Super-Structures on the Inactive X
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Caitlin Nichols Apr 3
I'm honored to represent and share the stage with some amazing fellow grad students next week! Come hear about my research on a novel class of cancer targets known as GEMINI vulnerabilities in Sanders Theatre on Wed, April 10, at 4:30pm.
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BBS at Harvard Apr 2
All are welcome to celebrate the ideas and innovations of PhD students at Harvard at the Harvard Horizons symposium on April 10 at 4:30 PM. BBS's own Caitlin Nichols is one of the 2019 scholars, and we couldn't be prouder!
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Harvard Medical School Mar 27
In today’s livestream, HMS scientists will follow the molecular pathways related to cancer metabolism to help us understand the progress being made in the search for new and effective cancer treatments
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Dept. of Molecular Biology Mar 26
From : The mechanism of nonenzymatic template copying with imidazole‐activated nucleotides - Walton & colleagues
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Harvard Medical School Mar 22
A conversation with HMS professor of cell biology Marcia Haigis
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Harvard Medical School Mar 22
80 years after the first annual student research day at HMS, 53 clinical and translational research entries were on display at this year’s Soma Weiss Student Research Day
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BBS at Harvard Mar 20
Something tells me these feathered fellows don’t have swipe access to the New Research Building.
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Harvard-MIT Center for Regulatory Science Mar 12
🚨Grad Students/Postdoctoral Fellows🚨 SUBMIT A 📜POSTER📜 by March 18th for the 2019 Annual Symposium! For more information and to register (click yes to "submit a poster"):
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Harvard University Mar 11
"We’re developing the technologies to not just delay these diseases of aging but actually reverse aspects of them."
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