• Robust and tunable circadian rhythms
  • A Comprehensive Nuclear Receptor Network for Breast Cancer Cells
  • Studying the Microbiology of the Indoor Environment
  • Conte Center Projects
  • Gene Dosage Tips Balance for Cancer in Flies and Humans
  • Chicago Center for Systems Biology Core Projects
  • 6th Annual IGSB Retreat - September 15-17, 2013; St. Charles IL
  • Beehive Glue Stops Prostate Cancer in Mice - Read More >

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Open Science Data Cloud – Partnerships for International Research & Education

TRAVEL ABROAD WHILE RESEARCHING THE LATEST TECHNOLOGIES IN CLOUD COMPUTING WITH NSF FUNDED OSDC-PIRE FELLOWSHIP                                                             DEADLINE: April 30, 2014

The Open Science Data Cloud PIRE project provides international research and education experiences through training and study at universities and research institutes around the world with leading scientists in computing. Increase your expertise in managing and analyzing data.

IGSB Summer High School Student Accepted to Attend UChicago

IGSB Summer High School Student Accepted to Attend UChicago

Madison Olmsted, from Rio Americano High School in Sacramento, California, participated in a Research in Biological Sciences, Part 2 (RIBS-2) program in Kevin White’s lab last summer. 

Hormones and Microbes Interact to Modify Autoimmune Disease Progression

Hormones and Microbes Interact to Modify Autoimmune Disease Progression

IGSB/CBC Postdoctoral Fellow Aly Khan co-authored a study on a previously unknown interaction between gut bacteria and gender bias in autoimmune diseases. The study proposes a novel two-signal model, in which hormones and microbes together influence the incidence and severity of autoimmune diseases. The results were published in Cell Immunity and are highlighted in a featured article in the issue.

Chicago Biomedical Consortium announces 2013 spring HTS awards

Chicago Biomedical Consortium announces 2013 spring HTS awards

Congratulations to Ernst Lengyel, Hillary Kenny, Christopher Gomez, Marsha Rosner and Kay MacLeod, who have been awarded grants from the Chicago Biomedical Consortium in support of high throughput screening projects.  They will be working with the Cellular Screening Center to develop their small molecule screens for drug discovery.

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IGSB/CCSB Seminar Series: Kevin Eggan

KCB Auditorium
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IGSB/CCSB Seminar Series: Galit Lahav

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