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Chemical & Systems Biology We explore how regulatory circuits control cells and organisms



Karlene Cimprich elected AAAS fellow

Congratulations to Karlene Cimprich! Karlene has been elected as a fellow by the American Association for the Advancement of Science for her contributions to the understanding of genome maintenance, particularly for elucidating molecular mechanisms of DNA damage signaling and cellular sources of genome instability. Read More »

Mansour Prizes Awarded to 8 Students

Congratulations to the following students on receiving a Mansour Prize: Poster Prize – 1st place: Zach Harvey and Bo Gu Paper Prize – 1st place: Sara Prescott 2nd place: Ed Grow 3rd place: Yusuke Miyazaki Talk Prize – 1st place: Read More »

Innovator Award recipient Daniel Jarosz, PhD

Seven scientists awarded grants for high-risk, high-return research The awards are designed to encourage scientists to pursue creative research projects with the potential of leading to big improvements in health care. Seven Stanford scientists have received awards totaling $11.5 million Read More »

Joanna Wysocka named HHMI investigator

CSB Professor Joanna Wysocka and Electrical Engineering Professor Krishna Shenoy are the two Stanford University researchers among 26 scientists from 19 institutions newly appointed as Howard Hughes Medical Institute investigators. They were chosen through a competitive selection process from a pool Read More »