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2021 May 24

Molecular Mechanistic Biology 2021 Virtual Symposium

9:00am to 11:00am

Location: 

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This year's Molecular Mechanistic Biology symposium features a keynote by Dr. Katalin Karikó, whose groudbreaking research on the use of mRNA for therapy laid the groundwork for the Moderna and Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccines. It will also feature cutting-edge research from Harvard Medical School labs presented by Bolutife Fakoya (Waldor Lab) and L. Robert Hollingsworth (Wu Lab).

 

More details: https://mmb.hms.harvard.edu/event/2021symposium

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Teaching Assistant, Introduction to Molecular and Cellular Biology @ Harvard Summer School

May 7, 2021

Course Description: 

The Introduction to Molecular and Cellular Biology S1-A course explores the central principles of molecular and cellular biology, with a focus on structure function relationships, energy, metabolism, and genetics/genomics. The course is taught at the introductory level and is part of a series (S-1A and S-1B) that fulfill the medical school admission requirement. Taught by Professor Aditi Hazra. ...

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Postdoctoral Positions, Neuroscience @ Washington University in St. Louis

May 7, 2021

Do you want to illuminate the “dark matter of the brain” by watching neuromodulators and their  intracellular effectors in action? Do you wonder why we spend a third of our life sleeping? Do you  seek to become a bridge builder between cellular and systems neuroscience? Two postdoctoral  positions are available to investigate the role of neuromodulator actions and sleep functions in Dr.  Yao Chen’s laboratory in the Department of Neuroscience at Washington University in St. Louis. ...

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Principal Scientist @ PhagePro

May 7, 2021

PhagePro is a preclinical global health biotech startup in Boston. We aim to use bacteriophages (phages), which are viruses that specifically target and kill bacteria, to prevent bacterial infections. With the unmitigated rise of antibiotic resistance and the known negative consequences of gut dysbiosis caused by broad-spectrum antibiotics, bacteriophages provide a side effect-free alternative for preventing disease in clinical and community contexts.

 

As a mission-driven biotech company, we are a small, but growing phage company that prioritizes global health...

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Postdoctoral Position, Sustainability Management (Water Security) @ Brigham Young University

May 5, 2021
*Funded Positions Available:* We are seeking diverse and creative
candidates from any water-related or water-interested background for a
postdoc position starting in summer or fall of 2021. Salary and benefits
included.
 
*Project:* Improving water security through sustainable management depends
on an accurate understanding of human-water interactions. However,
pervasive misconceptions of the water cycle persist among policymakers and
the public. In a world where water mismanagement kills millions and causes
trillions in economic damages each year, correcting... Read more about Postdoctoral Position, Sustainability Management (Water Security) @ Brigham Young University

Lecturer, Biology @ Georgia State University

May 4, 2021

Georgia State University's School of Biological Sciences invites applications from experienced, enthusiastic science educators for the position of Lecturer of Biology to begin August 2021.  Qualified candidates should possess a Ph.D. in Biology, strong knowledge of pedagogy, and experience in undergraduate teaching.  

 

The successful applicant will contribute to our talented and diverse faculty by instructing introductory and upper-level undergraduate Biology courses for majors and non-majors.  We are especially interested in...

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2021 May 05

Dissertation Defense: Kenneth Gray (BBS)

1:30pm to 2:30pm

Location: 

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Construction of an atlas of the mouse and human mammary glands using mass cytometry

Advisor: Joan Brugge

Program: Biological and Biomedical Sciences

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