Cvic Innocent, an alumni of the Field of GGD, was named as a 2022 Woman in Optics by the International Society for Optics & Photonics. Read her profile here.
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Our students move science forward not only through their own research in their labs but also by helping increase knowledge about science and scientific research in Cornell classrooms! Sara Downs […]
Graduate students from Biochemistry, Molecular and Cell Biology (BMCB), Genetics, Genomics and Development (GGD), Biophysics, and the department of Microbiology and Biomedical and Biological Sciences (BBS) are organizing Life Sciences […]
Julius Judd (Class of 2017) published a paper entitled “Pioneer-like factor GAF cooperates with PBAP (SWI/SNF) and NURF (ISWI) to regulate transcription“ in the journal Genes & Development. His article […]
Graduate students in the MBG graduate programs established the MBG Diversity Council. The mission of this group is to promote, enhance and expand the diversity of the MBG community. They […]
Genetics, Genomics & Development will be participating in the Graduate School’s Virtual Fair! This will give prospective students the opportunity to talk to staff, current students and faculty! The Cornell […]
The process for elucidating pathways in RNA biology that are critical for gene expression in eukaryotes in Jeff Pleiss’s lab has been instrumental in the development of Cornell’s COVID testing […]
Donald Long (Class of 2019) was awarded a fellowship through the NSF GRFP program. Don is in the Praveen Sethupathy lab. His research focuses on tumor metabolism in Fibrolamellar Carcinoma […]
Graduates from the Fields of BMCB, Biophysics and GGD participated in the first annual MBG Graduate Recognition Ceremony. Hosted by Chris Fromme, DGS of BMCB and Faculty Advisor of the […]
BIO: Cvic Innocent’s expertise is in the testing and diagnostics of customized microscopy instrumentation. Her journey in imaging started in graduate school at Cornell University, where her thesis focused on […]
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