Cancer Cell Biology Training Program trainee John Runge, from the laboratory of Terry Magnuson, will be defending his thesis on Friday February 23 at 9am. His thesis is titled “Combinatorial Regulation […]
CCBTP Trainee John Runge, from the Magnuson Lab, will present a talk titled: “Nucleosome Firewalls: How Polycomb Prevents a Chromatin Remodeling Enzyme from Hacking Histone-DNA Contact” on Tuesday, March […]
The 7th Annual Translational Medicine Symposium was a great success, with presentations from trainees, a great poster session, and a fabulous talk by the invited speaker Dr. Paul Kirschmeier!
Please join CCBTP trainees for the 7th Annual Translational Medicine Symposium, jointly presented by the Program in Translational Medicine, the Office of Graduate Education, and the Cancer Cell Biology Training […]
CCBTP trainee John Runge recently won a Scholar-in-Training award to travel to the AACR Special Meeting on Chromatin and Epigenetics, September 24-27 in Atlanta, GA. While at the meeting, John presented […]