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  • Home | MCD Biology
    researches life on Earth using electron microscopy across a wide range of technologies Leinwand Lab Understanding how disease causing mutations in heart and skeletal muscle are manifested at the molecular cellular and physiological levels Yi Lab The Yi lab investigates gene regulatory networks mediated by small noncoding RNAs in mammalian skin MicroRNA 203 green is activated in suprabasal cells after proliferative stem cells red initiate epidermal differentiation Basement membrane is

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  • Faculty | MCD Biology
    L GARCEA M D PROFESSOR LARRY GOLD PROFESSOR NANCY GUILD PROFESSOR MIN HAN PROFESSOR ANDY HOENGER PROFESSOR KEVIN JONES ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR HARALD JUNGE ASSISTANT PROFESSOR MIKE KLYMKOWSKY PROFESSOR CO DIRECTOR CU TEACH JENNIFER JENNY KNIGHT SENIOR INSTRUCTOR JOEL KRALJ ASSISTANT PROFESSOR KEN KRAUTER PROFESSOR LESLIE LEINWAND PROFESSOR JENNIFER MARTIN SENIOR INSTRUCTOR DAVID MASTRONARDE RESEARCH ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR ATTENDANT RANK GREG ODORIZZI ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR WILLIAM OLD ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR BRADLEY OLWIN PROFESSOR JAMES

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  • Directory | MCD Biology
    GOLD NATHAN GOMES JULIE GRAF JERRY GREENE MEGAN GREENING PAULA GRISSOM ANNA GUARNIERI NANCY GUILD DANIEL GULBRANSON KAYLAN HAIZLIP MONICA HALL MIN HAN YUMING HAN BROOKE HARRISON PAMELA HARVEY ERIK HEDL KATIE HEISER SUSANNAH HELD JOHN HEUMANN WESTLEY HEYDECK JAIMEE HOEFERT ANDY HOENGER ERIC HOLINGER NATALIE HULL MALKANTHI ILLANGASEKARE TADEUSZ JANAS TERESA JANAS FAN JIA AMBER JOHNSON NATALIE JOHNSON VERITY JOHNSON KEVIN JONES SHELLEY JONES MOLISHREE JOSHI HARALD JUNGE TAYLOR KELSON JAMIE PRIOR KERSHNER LAVAN KHANDAN JUHAN KIM STEFANIE KLATT MIKE KLYMKOWSKY MARIANA KNIAZEVA JENNIFER JENNY KNIGHT VASILISA KORMENDI HOWARD KRAMER BARBARA KRAUS KEN KRAUTER ANGELIKA KRIVENKO PETER L KUEMPEL MARIA LAI HUEY JEN LAI KATIE LAMB STEVE LANGER EUI SEUNG LEE JASON LEE JEROME LEE ZHUO BIN LEE JANELLE LEGGERE LESLIE LEINWAND MINGHUA LIU KRISTIN LOPEZ RUTH LOPEZ KATHY LOZIER ERIK MACLAREN IRENE MAJERFELD JAMES MAPES STEVEN MARQUEZ TAMMY MALDONADO HELEN MARSHALL JENNIFER MARTIN DAVID MASTRONARDE EDWIN MCCONKEY ERIN MCDONALD J RICHARD MCINTOSH ROBERT MEHLER NATALIE MEINERZ HESTIA MELLERT BRIDGET MENASCHE ANDREW MORGENTHALER MARY MORPHEW PAUL MUHLRAD TONI NAGY HEIDI NICK AKAHISA NAKAGAWA KIMBERLY NOICE ELENA NORMAN GREG ODORIZZI SAMANTHA O HARA WILLIAM OLD BRADLEY OLWIN JAMES ORTH EILEEN O TOOLE YAN OUYANG NORMAN PACE CYNTHIA PAGE MARIA PAGRATIS KRISTIN PARK SOYEON PARK BRADLEY PARKS BRAD PAWLIKOWSKI DANIEL PAZ DE ARAUJO THOMAS PERKINS AMY PERRY MICHAEL PETITT MELISSA PHILLIPS MARIA PILONIETA CLOE POGODA GEORGE POLOVIN JOY POWER ROBERT POYTON EMILY PUGACH CRYSTAL PULLIAM DEEPA PUTHENVEDU ADRIAN RAMIREZ CHERYL RAPP SHAILENDRA RATHORE TIM READ JEREMY RENTSCH JENNIFER REECE DENISE REED ABIGAIL REENS KENT RIEMONDY PAULA ROBERTS CHUCK ROBERTSON ANN ROBINSON JOE ROKICKI KIM ROSS ALBERTO ROSSI ASHLEY ROWLAND JOHANNES RUDOLPH JENNIFER RYAN SARA SAWYER AMAHL SCHEPPACH AILEEN SEWELL CHONG SHEN JINGSHI SHEN JASON SHEPPARD JIANLI SHI TESS SHIDELER EUGENIA SILVA HERZOG RAVINDER SINGH DANIELLE SMITH VLADYSLAVA SOKOLOVA AMBER SORENSON L

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  • Undergraduate | MCD Biology
    assembly and structure with heavy emphasis on genetic information and regulation including embryonic development Ecology and Evolutionary Biology EBIO The study of ecosystems and the evolutionary history of life on Earth Integrative Physiology IPHY Integrative Physiology provides an outstanding foundation for future doctors and nurses and a firm basis for varied health professions and pursuits Biochemistry major in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry BCHM The study of the structure

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  • Graduate | MCD Biology
    tenured tenure track faculty members and an outstanding energetic research program directed toward understanding the molecular basis of life by integrating molecular biology biochemistry cell biology and genetics The research in MCDB is currently supported by annual funding of almost 17 million Read More Financial Aid and NIH Training Grants Students accepted into the graduate program are provided with financial support full tuition fees and monthly stipend during the tenure of their study provided they are making appropriate progress toward the Ph D degree Support funds are available from National Research Service Awards from the National Institutes of Health University of Colorado Fellowships State of Colorado Education Programs the Colorado Institute for Research in Biotechnology and Research Assistantships The current annual stipend for a first year student is 28 500 Typically funding for first year students comes from the required two semesters of Student Teaching Assistantships Students are encouraged to apply for extramural predoctoral fellowships for which they may be eligible including graduate fellowships from the National Science Foundation Ford Foundation and other external sources Students in subsequent years are typically supported by a departmental training grant individual fellowships or Research Assistantships from the laboratories in which they choose to do thesis research Read More How to Apply The graduate program in Molecular Cellular and Developmental Biology MCDB is designed to provide students with diverse opportunities for acquiring a strong foundation in these areas of modern biology and applying it toward the generation of new knowledge through research Applications are welcomed from students with ambition enthusiasm and outstanding undergraduate records in the fields of biology biochemistry and physical sciences who are seeking a challenging graduate level program to prepare for careers in research teaching or public service Read More Online Application If you are ready apply here IQ Biology Interdisciplinary IQ Biology PhD Program Opportunity for Underrepresented Students The Colorado Advantage Graduate Preview Weekend provides an opportunity for underrepresented students to preview the doctoral programs of MCDB and other CU Boulder Science Technology Engineering and Math departments Please be sure to check back early September 2014 for information on next year s program Colorado Diversity Initiative Current Students PhD Course of Study All students are expected to acquire training in biochemistry molecular biology cell structure and function genetics and developmental biology through laboratory research course work and teaching Students are also expected to participate in the intellectual life of the Department through regular attendance at seminars and the weekly research talks of students and postdoctoral fellows MMB Mostly Molecular Biology and by participating in journal clubs Read More Advancement to the PhD Degree Advancement to candidacy for the Ph D degree requires passing all sections of the Core Curriculum with no more than one section repeated and satisfactory completion of the Preliminary and Comprehensive Examinations These requirements see below are normally met in that order by the end of the second year Read More Graduate Courses View our graduate level courses Current Students Directory See a list of MCD Biology

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  • Facilities | MCD Biology
    cryo electron microscopy expertise Flow Cytometry Facility Our cell sorter and ADP analyzer Functional Genomics Facility The Functional Genomics Facility is a non profit service center funded by a consortium of the Colorado initiative in Molecular Biotechnology CIMB the University of Colorado Cancer center UCCC the Department of Molecular Cellular and Developmental Biology MCDB the Howard Hughes Medical Institute HHMI and the Espinosa lab Light Microscopy Core The mission of the Light Microscopy Core Facility LMCF is to provide labs from the University of Colorado and the surroundings community with access and support to advanced imaging research instrumentation MCDB Office Useful Business Forms Microarray Facility We deliver Microarray solutions that include all the necessary components for a successful microarray experiment from arrays and reagents to instruments and software Mastronarde Group David Mastronarde and co workers develop and distribute software for acquisition processing and analysis of image data primarily from electron microscopes Poster Printer Learn how to prepare a high quality color poster We have information on everything you would ever need to know about creating a poster Research Labs Learn more about research being done in the MCDB laboratories Scheduling Facility Schedule a room here Science Communications Resources for writing

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  • MCDB News
    focused on the production of amyloid peptides for the study of Alzheimer s disease novel thermo stable insulins for treatment for diabetes as well as solution stable glucagons for emergency hypoglycemia and orphan indications such as hyperinsulinemia TTO began prosecuting this family of patents which includes multiple issued and pending patents in the U S and internationally in November 2009 on behalf of the university U S 8 796 431 Efficient Production of Peptides was issued on August 5 2014 Other inventors listed on the patent include MCDB research associate Jonathan Caruthers Ph D former MCDB undergraduate student Travis Nemkov former MCDB Graduate Student Brian Hiester Ph D and AmideBio CEO Misha Plam Read More New search for junior faculty member in quantitative genetics at the Institute for Behavioral Genetics October 6 2014 The Institute for Behavioral Genetics University of Colorado Boulder invites applications for a tenure track Assistant Professorship with an academic appointment in one of the following departments Psychology and Neuroscience Integrative Physiology Computer Science or Molecular Cellular and Developmental Biology We anticipate that the appointment will begin August 2015 The Institute seeks to build on its strengths in human behavioral quantitative and statistical genetics Read More Bill Wood to receive Stanford Lifetime Achievement Award September 26 2014 The Stanford University Medical Center Alumni Association has announced that William B Wood Distinguished Professor of MCD Biology Emeritus will receive this year s prestigious Arthur Kornberg and Paul Berg Lifetime Achievement Award in Biomedical Sciences Professor Wood received his PhD from Stanford in 1964 He chaired the CU Boulder MCD Biology department from 1978 to 1983 According to the announcement the award which will be presented in a ceremony at Stanford on October 18 honors the legacy of Arthur Kornberg MD and Paul Berg PhD medical science pioneers and Nobel laureates who brought to Stanford a passion for discovery and groundbreaking research Established in 2010 this award acknowledges and celebrates the lifetime career achievements of Stanford University School of Medicine alumni in the biomedical sciences Mark Winey Professor and Chair of MCD Biology said of the award This is a very well deserved honor Bill has been an intellectual leader in his research work and educational activities for his entire career positively influencing his colleagues and countless students Read More Professor Andrew Staehelin pens Guest Opinion in Daily Camera September 25 2014 GMO labels a 500 food tax The Right to Know Colorado GMO proposition 105 mandates the labeling of GMO food products Since consumers like to know what they eat the idea of GMO labeling is appealing However the proposal is ill conceived and poorly written It creates more confusion than enlightenment it will dramatically increase the costs of foods and taxpayers will face huge legal bills defending the law A recent analysis of GMO labeling costs by two Cornell University scientists pegged the costs at 500 per family of 4 per year Three similar studies carried out in California and Washington State have calculated price tags of 400 800 Why do we need to have mandatory GMO food labeling when voluntarily labeled non GMO products are readily available Read More MCDB Researchers Raise Money for Research July 28 2014 Lab scientists understand more than anybody how expensive it is to conduct biomedical research Lab scientists understand more than anybody how expensive it is to conduct biomedical research They also know that the money they spend in the lab comes from hard working taxpayers and generous donors Last weekend MCDB students staff and faculty members many who are searching for cancer cures took a break from the lab bench and donned running and walking shoes to raise critical cash for cancer research in the American Cancer Society s Relay for Life of Boulder Together the team raised 2 480 and the event raised 27 000 which was 7 000 over the goal About half of MCDB s team camped through the night at the event venue Potts Field track on CU s East Campus We probably walked over 100 miles around the track MCDB graduate student Jaimee Hoefert said Joaquin Espinosa MCDB associate professor and cancer researcher won the fleet footed prize Espinosa arrived at the event at 1 am and ran 25 MILES around the track earning him the honor of most laps completed during the event MCDB graduate student Lavan Khandan got 3rd place at the midnight 5K fun run This year s relay event was just a start of an annual MCDB tradition Hoefert insists She s already told department members to stay tuned for information about next year s MCDB Relay for Life team Read More BioFrontiers Institute launches inaugural Sie Post doctoral Fellowship Program July 24 2014 Crnic Institute affiliated program names Mary Allen and Alfonso Garrido Lecca The BioFrontiers Institute at CU has launched its inaugural Sie Post doctoral Fellowship Program in affiliation with the Linda Crnic Institute for Down Syndrome on the CU Anschutz Medical Campus The program will fund three post doctoral researchers Sie Fellows who will focus on research that will improve the lives of individuals with Down syndrome The Sie Fellows research is co funded by the BioFrontiers Institute and the Anna and John J Sie Foundation Every two years three Sie Fellows will be selected from a competitive grant process and will receive between 71 000 and 85 000 a year for two years Nobel Laureate and head of the BioFrontiers Institute Thomas Cech BioFrontiers Chief Scientific Officer CSO Leslie Leinwand and Executive Director of the Crnic Institute Tom Blumenthal were key in assessing the 44 applicants before deciding on the inaugural three recipients Mary Allen of CU Boulder s Department of Molecular Cellular and Developmental Biology MCDB Geertruida Josien Levenga of CU Boulder s Institute of Behavioral Genetics and Alfonso Garrido Lecca of MCDB Read More CU Boulder receives 1 5 million award for undergraduate science education May 30 2014 Biological Sciences Initiative The Howard Hughes Medical Institute has awarded the Biological Sciences Initiative at the

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  • MCDB Events
    our own graduate students present their latest research every Friday Additionally our graduate students organize a symposium every other year that brings together leading academic and industry researchers Finally there are a number of topic specific groups that meet regularly Check the schedule regularly for updates Whether you are a student faculty alumni or just interested in the biological sciences you are invited to join us in the many activities

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