Gordon Hager received the 2015 Society for Endocrinology Transatlantic Medal
Congratulations to Shiv Grewal, on his election to the National Academy of Sciences and the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
Susan Gottesman has won the National Academy of Sciences 2015 Selman A. Waksman Award in Microbiology
Tom Misteli was awarded the 2014 Robert Feulgen Prize by the Society for Histochemistry.
Gordon Hager has been appointed as the Hans Christian Anderson Visiting Professor at the Univ. of Southern Denmark for 2014-2016
CECB in the Press
Stop Stalling: Mus81 Required for Efficient Replication In the Journals
RNA Rules: The Many Faces and Functions of Ribonucleic Acids Connections vol 8 no 1
Tools of the Trade Connections vol 8 no 1
A key molecular defect in a childhood gastrointestinal tumor may have important diagnostic implications NCI press release
NCI scientists find protective mechanism against cancer in the cells of progeria patients NCI press release
p53 Regulates Bone Differentiation and Osteosarcoma Formation In the Journals
Finding Order in Randomness: Single-Molecule Studies Reveal Stochastic RNA Processing In the Journals
Tumor-Protective Mechanism Identified from Premature Aging Disease In the Journals
Histone Variant Regulates DNA Repair via Chromatin Condensation In the Journals
DNA Damage Repair Factors have a Tumor Promoting Role in MLL-fusion Leukemia In the Journals
Flipping the NF-κB Switch in Macrophages In the Journals
Genome-wide overlap in the binding location and function of chromatin-remodeling proteins In the Journals
Global Amplification: A New Look at Transcriptional Regulation Connections vol 7 no 2
NIH scientists visualize how cancer chromosome abnormalities form in living cells NCI press release
CECB: Capturing Dynamic Changes in Chromatin Connections vol 7 no 1
Upcoming Seminars of Interest
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Workshop on Chromosome Biology
June 10, 2015
Location: Lister Hill
This Workshop is sponsored by the NCI's Center of Excellence in Chromosome Biology (CECB) and the NIH Chromatin Interest Group. The aim is to foster interaction among major laboratories in the areas of chromosome biology, and to enhance the education and development of junior investigators and fellows in CECB laboratories. With rapid advances and new technologies in the field, continuous interaction with members of the international community is critical to insure the most effective development of our research programs.
Keynote Presentation: Rodney Rothstein
Increased chromosome mobility and the homology search during double-strand break repair
POSTDOC SPEAKERS (speakers not in order of presentation):
Sandip De (Kassis Lab). "Transcriptional silencing by Polycomb group proteins: the stabilizing effect of home."
Tineke Lenstra (Larson Lab). "Single-molecule imaging reveals a switch between spurious and functional ncRNA transcription."
Kentaro Ohkuni (Basrai Lab). "SUMO-Targeted Ubiquitin Ligase (STUbL) Slx5 regulates proteolysis of centromeric histone H3 variant and prevents its mislocalization to euchromatin."
Andre Stanlie (Nussenzweig Lab). "Extra-telomeric role of shelterin component TRF2 in immunoglobulin class switch recombination."
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