Department of Bioengineering and Therapeutic Sciences

Transcription factor binding to DNA mismatches – a potential driver of increased mutagenesis at regulatory sites: a QBI online seminar with Raluca Gordan

The QBI Online Seminar Series is presenting Raluca Gordan, an associate professor in the Center for Genomic and Computational Biology at Duke University. She received her PhD degree from Duke University in 2009, followed by postdoctoral training at the Harvard Medical School.

Pharmacy community lends hand to UCSF COVID-19 vaccine effort

Pharmacy students, technicians, faculty members, and providers all pitched in to the rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine.

Revealing enzyme functional architecture via high-throughput microfluidic enzyme kinetics: a QBI online seminar with Craig Markin

Craig Markin is a postdoctoral fellow working jointly with Professors Dan Herschlag and Polly Fordyce at Stanford University, where he has developed HT-MEK (High-Throughput Microfluidic Enzyme Kinetics), a novel microfluidics-based assay to express, purify, and quantitatively measure libraries of...

Alfonz Suguitan

Project Policy Analyst

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...