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Leslie Vosshall May 15
It's worth repeating that the is incredibly damaging to the careers of scientists who want to work professionally in the USA. The visa situation is impossible DO NOT APPLY
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nature May 5
Computational and biochemical studies, published in Nature, reveal the mechanisms by which arrestin proteins are activated by G-protein-coupled receptors - offering broad avenues for drug discovery. This News & Views article discusses the findings
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Eric Topol May 5
This is how we die. instructive by data from
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Gene Regulation Apr 21
Widespread enhancer activity from core promoters [review] via
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Dr. Cate Apr 19
I’m thrilled to announce I’ll be joining the faculty at the Institute! My lab will study how early life stress increases risk for depression via epigenetic, molecular, and cellular mechanisms. Also looking to recruit a tech & postdoc- please spread the word!
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Chromatin Haiku Apr 17
Thanks to for pointing this out.. In honour of here are some of my favourite from the last 12 months
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Casey Lardner Apr 5
I'll with the and on April 14th in because facts are facts, because knowledge is power, and because science illuminates everything around me & this should be accessible to everyone 🔬🌎
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Philipp Mews Apr 4
Can't wait! Looking forward to meeting everyone
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Friedman Brain Institute Mar 30
JOIN US for our monthly on Friday, April 6th as ’s Kirsten Porter-Stransky, PhD, speaks about "Noradrenergic transmission at alpha1-adrenergic receptors in the ventral periaqueductal gray modulates arousal”! NOT TO MISS!
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Brian Capell, MD PhD Mar 27
Interested in a postdoc at the intersection of , , and biology? Join us!
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Jay Bradner, M.D. Mar 5
Gorgeous structure of DRD2 dopamine receptor published in , laying a foundation for next generation antipsychotics
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Eric Topol Mar 5
Very sobering paper on peer review: study section replication shows no agreement between reviewers
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Berger Lab Mar 5
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Philipp Kanske Mar 2
To all female scientists looking for a PI job: the Max Planck Society has opened the call for a new program, which grants independent, well-funded research groups and a tenure option
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Ishmail Abdus-Saboor Mar 3
I’m excited to announce that I will begin as a tenure-track faculty member in the Biology Department at UPenn this summer. My lab will be housed in the beautiful and historic Leidy laboratories. I have funded positions available for postdocs, PhD students, and a lab technician.
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Gene Regulation Feb 28
Virtual ChIP-seq: Predicting transcription factor binding by learning from the transcriptome
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Shahaf Peleg Feb 2
1-2 Postdoc positions on metabolism – epigenetic connectivity in Aging : Collaboration between LMU, Munich, Germany and Qingdao University in China (Positions in Munich)
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Edward Grow, PhD Jan 25
"In other words, enhancer-promoter contact frequencies may increase upon transcriptional activation due to the increased probability of the stochastic encounters within the TAD, rather than due to the formation of stable enhancer-promoter loops." 😎
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David Jentsch 🏳️‍🌈 Jan 26
Imagine working long hours to do the best job you can do teaching behavioral neurosci to 300+ UCLA students... w all evidence seemingly suggesting that you were successful... Then you read the eval that says "It's disgusting that UCLA allows gay people to teach our courses"
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David Rowland Jan 25
Crazy new maze from the O'Keefe lab
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