Connie Phone awarded a Dean's Postdoctoral FellowshipRead More »
Lucy Xie awarded a Damon Runyon Postdoctoral Fellowship.Read More »
Aaron Crapster is a recipient of the SPARK Award for Excellence in Translational Research.Read More »
Congratulations to Anupam Chakravarty (Jarosz Lab) and Karen Mruk (Chen Lab) on receiving the Joan Mansour Travel Award.Read More »
The Wandless Lab has a new lab website! To check out the newly designed website, please head over to http://wandless.stanford.edu.Read More »
An accelerated article preview of "Selective silencing of euchromatic L1s revealed by genome-wide screens for L1 regulators" by Nian Liu, Cameron H. Lee, Tomek Swigut, Edward Grow, Bo Gu, Michael Bassik, and Joanna Wysocka is available online in Nature.
Liu N, Lee CH, Swigut T, Grow E, Gu B, Bassik M, Wysocka J. (2017) Nature. 2017 Dec 6. doi: 10.1038/nature25179.
Postdocs Stephan Hamperl and Niclas Olsson represent CSB at the Breakthrough Prize Symposium Life Sciences Poster Session
Postdocs Stephan Hamperl and Niclas Olsson will be representing CSB at the Breakthrough Prize Symposium Life Sciences Poster Session taking place at the Stanford Fisher Conference Center from 11:45 AM - 12:45 PM on Monday, December 4th.Read More »
The Wysocka Lab has a new lab website! To check out the newly designed website, please head over to https://wysocka.stanford.edu.Read More »
Joan Mansour pictured with CSB Annual Retreat winners, Program Manager Marisol Urbano, and Department Chair James Chen.Read More »
The cover image shows the early cell divisions of the Xenopus laevis embryo occur in spatial waves. To observe these cell division waves, Anderson et al. used mirrors and time-lapse microscopy to view embryos from multiple angles. The image shows a single eight-cell embryo resting on two opposing mirrors angled 45° from horizontal. The metal background is a machined aluminum temperature-control device that maintained the embryo at 18°C. Image by Graham Anderson and Lendert Gelens.Read More »