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Synthetic biomaterial guides cancer therapy to hidden tumors

Advance opens up new possibilities for CAR T-cell therapy to treat a variety of cancers

Dissecting Viruses: From Cell Circuits to First Drafts: a QBI online seminar with Sagi Shapira

The QBI online seminar series presents Dr. Sagi Shapira, an Assistant Professor in the Department of Systems Biology at Columbia University. Dr. Shapira completed a Master’s in Public Heath in Epidemiology of Infectious Diseases at Yale. He then completed his PhD at UPenn in immunology and...

New Chemical Strategies to Unravel Elusive Post-Translational Modifications: a QBI seminar with Rebecca Scheck

The QBI online seminar series presents Rebecca Scheck, an Assistant Professor in the Department of Chemistry at Tufts University. She performed her graduate work with Prof. Matthew Francis at UC Berkeley, where she developed chemistry to modify proteins under mild conditions. In her postdoctoral...

HIV 2020: Where are we now? HIV healthcare in Sierra Leone

QBI TV presents a live discussion on HIV healthcare in Sierra Leone as well as the disparities and HIV/AIDS-related stigmas that exist among communities in developing nations featuring Bailor Barrie, co-founder of Wellbody Alliance, a primary care clinic in Sierra Leone that offers healthcare...

Uncovering Natural Defenses in the Fight Against Respiratory Viruses: a QBI and Gladstone seminar with Ellen Foxman

The QBI and Gladstone Institute Infectious Disease and Human Health Seminar Series presents Ellen Foxman MD, PhD, an assistant professor of laboratory medicine and immunobiology at the Yale School of Medicine. Dr. Foxman trained in medicine and immunology at Stanford University. In Dr.

QBI/PSL-Qlife Symposium: Complex Biological Phenomenon and Quantitative Approaches

Organized by Drs. Nevan Krogan and Bruno Goud, the second annual QBI/PSL-Qlife Symposium will be held online on December 1 and 2, 2020.

Update from the Dean: Community during challenging times

The School continues its vital work in research, education, and patient care.

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