News & Events

  • Molecular and Cellular Biology graduate student, Jennifer Conrad, has been awarded a pre-doctoral fellowship by the USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture for her work on the role of plant hormone cytokinin in the architecture of rice root systems.  Jennifer works in the laboratory of Prof. G. Eric Schaller.  The lab is interested in the roles played by the plant hormones cytokinin and ethylene in plant growth and the responses plants...

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  • We seek applicants for 1-2 independent postdoctoral fellowships in the Ecology, Evolution, Ecosystems, and Society (EEES) Graduate Program at Dartmouth College. EEES is a diverse community of scholars who conduct innovative research in the natural sciences and interdisciplinary environmental studies, including ecology, evolution, anthropology, environmental economics, geography and earth sciences. Quality candidates will possess a PhD in an appropriate disciplinary or interdisciplinary field...

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  • Prof. Mary Lou Guerinot's lab and Prof. Thomas Jack's lab are two of eleven winners of the FASEB BioArt Competiton. 

    The image of a heat map of zinc in a plant leaf from the Guerinot lab represents work done by Prof. Mary Lou Guerinot, Prof. Tracy Punshon, former MCB graduate student, Dr. Maria Hindt and current MCB graduate student Suzana Car.

    Prof. Thomas Jack, his former post-doctoral scholar, Dr. Nathanael Prunet and Dr. Elliot Meyerowitz of Caltech submitted the winning...

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  • Sarah Colon '17 and former US Assistant Surgeon General, Susan Blumenthal, published an opinion piece in the Huffington Post about the paradox of the high rates of childhood obesity and food insecurity in America.  The article states "While 15.3 million children live in food insecure households, one-third of all American children are obese or overweight."  The authors discussed ideas for using established federal programs that target food insecurity to improve food choices made by recipients...

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  • Molecular and Cellular Biology Graduate Program Ph.D candidate, Andrew Bridges was selected to be a John H. Copenhaver, Jr. and William H. Thomas, MD 1952 Fellow for his outstanding scholarship.  Drew is a student in Prof. Amy Gladfelter's lab where he works on understanding the role of cytoskeletal elements called septins in cells.

  • Molecular and Cellular Biology graduate students, Erin Shoemaker-Kiess and Amanda Socha have published an op-ed paper in the Journal of Science Policy & Governance in which they propose GMO classifications for food labeling.  To read the article, please click here.

  • Prof. Amy Gladfelter is being honored with a Women in Cell Biology Mid-Career Award for Excellence in Research work by the American Society of Cell Biology.  Elizabeth F. Smith, Associate Dean of the Sciences, says of Prof. Gladfelter's work “She has had a consistent track record of outstanding research, pushing the limits of imaging technology and its...

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  • Prof. ter Hofstede's paper "Sensory-based niche partitioning in a multiple predator - multiple prey community" was featured in the Washington Post.  The study published in the June 7, 2015 The Royal Society Proceedings B, looked at four species of gleaning...

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  • Maria Hindt, Ph.D. received the Croasdale Award from the Dean of Graduate Studies, Dr.  Jon Kull, for her exemplary scholarship as a graduate student.  As a member of  in Prof. Mary Lou Guerinot's lab in the Department of Biological Sciences, Dr. Hindt's studies focused on iron homeostasis in plants.  For the full article from the Graduate Student Forum, please click...

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  • Prof. Rob McClung was a guest on The Exchange on NHPR on April 23, 2015.  The topic of the broadcast was "The Science of GMOs: Possibilities And Limitations."  For the full broadcast, please click here.

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