Senior Vice Chancellor’s Research Seminar: Erik S. Wright, PhD What: Senior Vice Chancellor’s Research Seminar Who: Erik S. Wright, PhD When: 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM Where: Scaife Hall, Lecture Room 6
The Pittsburgh Center for Evolutionary Biology and Medicine (CEBaM) is pleased to announce its Catalyst Award program. The Mission of the Center is to advance the fields of evolutionary biology and medicine by catalyzing research at their interface. The Center serves to cultivate educational and scientific collaborations between evolutionary biologists and biomedical researchers. In 2019, we award 2 or more fellowships of up to $10,000 to trainees (Ph.D. students or postdoctoral researchers) to support a new or existing project consistent…
Microbiology & Molecular Genetics Fall 2018 Seminar Series University of Pittsburgh, School of Medicine Caitlin Pepperell, MD, FRCP (C) Associate Professor, Department of Medicine (Infectious Diseases), University of Wisconsin-Madison “Mycobacteria on the move” Host: Dr. Vaughn Cooper *Light refreshments will be served Wednesday, December 12, 2018 Bridgeside Point II, Room 503 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM Download the flyer here
Congratulations to Dr. Anne-Ruxandra Carvunis for being a recipient of a 2018 Trailblazer Award from the Ladies Hospital Aid Society!
We are excited to announce the second annual Three Rivers Evolution Event (TREE), a regional conference serving Western Pennsylvania and the surrounding areas, sponsored in part by SMBE. TREE aims to bring together researchers to share and discuss all aspects of evolutionary biology in a diverse, exciting, and accessible environment. Last year, 168 attendees from 38 different institutions joined us in our shared passion for evolution, and we expect our community to grow even larger in 2018. This year’s keynote…
Dr. Anne-Ruxandra Carvunis discusses her work with the genome in the latest article with Pitt Med. http://www.pittmed.health.pitt.edu/story/dna-s-dark-matter
CEBaM member Nathan Clark’s lab publishes study using convergent evolution of blindness in mammals to pinpoint new genes and regulatory elements required for sight in humans Please view the full text here: https://elifesciences.org/articles/25884