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Lieberman

Mar 25

Lieberman

Prof. Tami Lieberman trained in molecular biology and mathematics at Northwestern University. She then moved to Harvard University, where she completed a PhD in Systems Biology in Roy Kishony’s laboratory. In the Kishony lab, Dr. Lieberman studied bacterial evolution within individual human infections at the whole-genome level and designed new experimental tools for tracking the […]

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Mitchell

Jun 14

Mitchell

Dr. Mitchell runs a referral vulvovaginitis clinic at the Massachusetts General Hospital and is a faculty member in the Vincent Center for Reproductive Biology. Dr. Mitchell received her BA in Women’s Studies from Harvard College and spent 2 years in the Peace Corps in Southern Africa before returning to Harvard Medical School for her MD […]

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Birnbaum

Jun 06

Birnbaum

Dr. Birnbaum obtained an A.B. in Chemical and Physical Biology at Harvard University in 2008. He then moved to Stanford University, where he completed his Ph.D. in Immunology in 2014. At Stanford, he worked in Professor K. Christopher Garcia’s laboratory, studying the molecular mechanisms of T cell receptor recognition, cross-reactivity, and activation. He then conducted […]

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Bryson

Jun 06

Bryson

Dr. Bryan D. Bryson is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Biological Engineering at MIT and an Associate Member of the Ragon Institute of MGH, MIT and Harvard.   Dr. Bryson brings an engineering mindset to understanding the biology of tuberculosis (TB) infection and therapeutic response. His lab focuses in particular on macrophage phagosome […]

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Reeves

Jul 06

Reeves

Dr. R. Keith Reeves received his Ph.D. in Microbiology from the University of Alabama at Birmingham followed by postdoctoral training at the New England Primate Research Center of Harvard Medical School. His postdoctoral training focused on the role of innate immune responses in modulating SIV transmission and pathogenesis, as well as the efficacy of live […]

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Stephenson

May 02

Stephenson

Dr. Stephenson is a physician-scientist who specializes in infectious diseases and HIV immunology, and the goal of her research is to develop novel biomedical interventions to prevent and treat HIV.   In particular, she is interested in the design and evaluation of HIV vaccines and monoclonal antibodies that can be effective in the face of tremendous HIV sequence diversity. […]

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Anderson

Jan 05

Anderson

Dr. Daniel G. Anderson is an Associate Professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and a member of the Department of Chemical Engineering, the Institute of Medical Engineering and Science, and the David H. Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer.   He received his PhD in molecular genetics from the University of California at Davis. At […]

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Goulder

Jun 29

Goulder

Philip Goulder obtained his first degree in Zoology at Oxford University in 1982, and then qualified in Medicine at Cambridge University in 1986, before completing training in Paediatrics through appointments at Edinburgh, Oxford, Duke University Medical Center in the US and the Royal Hospital for Sick Children in Melbourne, Australia.   His investigative career started […]

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Lauffenburger

Jun 29

Lauffenburger

Prof. Lauffenburger received his B.S. in Chemical Engineering from the University of Illinois and his Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering from the University of Minnesota. Prior to coming to MIT, Prof. Lauffenburger was a professor at the University of Illinois and the University of Pennsylvania and a visiting professor at the University of Wisconsin. Prof. Lauffenburger […]

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Yosef

Jun 29

Yosef

Nir Yosef is an Assistant professor at the Department of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science, Center for Computational Biology and a member of the Center for Computational Biology at the University of California, Berkeley.   Dr. Yosef started his research group in January of 2014 after spending some time as a postdoc at the Broad […]

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