The programs and activities in DMB often seem to combine the academic with the social:
- Our weekly Work-in-Progress seminars are held each Friday at noon. Lunch is served. Upcoming speakers are listed in the calendar on the DMB homepage.
- On alternate Tuesdays of the academic year, DMB sponsors an invited speaker to address Einstein's research community. These Invited Speaker Seminars are followed by an informal catered lunch, open to all who would like to meet and chat with the invited speaker.
- All members of DMB participate in at least one weekly specialized interest Journal Clubs including:
o Developmental biology and signaling (co-chairs Drs. Stanley and Sibinga)
o Cancer biology (co-chairs Drs. Kenny and Di Cristofano
o Cell Biology (co-chairs Drs. Kuliawat and Wilson)
- Our Departmental Retreat as you might expect is intensely academic but at times is intensely social.
News from DMB
Yuxiang Wang from the Pollard lab defended his thesis on 10/2/2014. Congratulations Dr. Wang!
Arian Abdulla from the Yang lab defended his thesis on 9/23/2014. Congratulations Dr. Abdulla!
Jeremy Fagan from the Jenny Lab defended his thesis on 9/19/2014. Congratulations Dr. Fagan!
Dario Riascos Bernal from the Sibinga lab defended his thesis on 6/18/2014. Congratulations Dr. Riascos Bernal!
Dr. Teresa Bowman received a 3-year research grant from Gabrielle's Angel Foundation for
her work on splicing and epigenetic control of hematopoiesis in MDS and leukemia.
Jaime Schneider from the Cuervo lab defended her thesis on 4/1/2014. Congratulations Dr. Schneider!
Charlene Dunaway from the Sibinga lab was awarded a predoctoral fellowship from the American Heart Association.
Philip Campbell from the Marlow lab was awarded an NIH NRSA F31 predoctoral fellowship.
Ana Maria Cuervo was featured in the October edition of The Scientist, which profiled her career and her groundbreaking research in autophagy.