Department of Biochemistry

Biochemistry

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Ryan Lab Figure

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Menon Lab Figure

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Menon Lab Figure

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McGraw Lab Figure

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Levitz Lab Figure

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Eliezer Lab Image

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Dittman Lab Figure

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Dittman Lab Figure

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Dittman Lab Figure

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Dittman Lab Figure

We offer unique opportunities for graduate trainees and postdoctoral fellows to develop an integrated approach to cell and developmental biology.

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The Department of Biochemistry is affiliated with renowned graduate training programs.
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Seminars

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Belfer Research Building
Obesity and Breast Cancer Penetrance in BRCA Mutation Carriers: Role of the Local Microenvironment

Obesity and Breast Cancer Penetrance in BRCA Mutation Carriers: Role of the Local Microenvironment

The Meyer Cancer Center Cancer Genetics, Epigenetics & Systems Biology Research Program presents: Kristy Brown, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Biochemistry in Medicine Weill Cornell Medicine
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Weill Cornell Medical College
Quantitative Maps of Organellar Ca2+ in Living Systems

Quantitative Maps of Organellar Ca2+ in Living Systems

The Departments of Biochemistry and Cellular & Developmental Biology Lecture Series presents: Yamuna Krishnan, Ph.D. Professor, Chemistry Fellow, Brain Research Foundation University of Chicago Host: Alessio Accardi, Ph.D.
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Departmental Conference Room
New Optogenetic Tools for Shaping Intracellular Signaling Dynamics

New Optogenetic Tools for Shaping Intracellular Signaling Dynamics

Departments of Biochemistry and Cell & Developmental Biology Lecture Series presents: Brian Chow, Ph.D. Assistant Professor, Dept. of Bioengineering U. of Pennsylvania Host: Dr. Joshua Levitz Please call (646) 962-2759 for more information.
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"Pharmacogenetics and Drug Discovery for Anthracycline-Induced Cardiotoxicity Enabled Using Human Pluripotent Stem Cell-Derived Sinoatrial Node-Like Cells"

"Pharmacogenetics and Drug Discovery for Anthracycline-Induced Cardiotoxicity Enabled Using Human Pluripotent Stem Cell-Derived Sinoatrial Node-Like Cells"

The Meyer Cancer Center Genetics & Systemic Biology Research Program presents: Todd Evans, Ph.D. Professor, Surgery and Cellular & Developmental Biology Weill Cornell Medicine Shuibing Chen, Ph.D. Associate Professor, Chemical Biology Weill Cornell Medicine