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  • Home Page | MIT Biology
    molecular and live imaging approaches The red in the photo is actin the blue nuclei the green ER Jessica Chang Sive Lab Learn more about MIT Biology Photo Credit Jessica Chang Sive Lab Researchers in the Weinberg Lab captured this stunning photo showing the different stages of skeletal muscle differentiation As the muscle progenitors differentiate their color changes from green to red to pink Zuzana Keckesova Weinberg Lab Learn more about MIT Biology Photo Credit Zuzana Keckesova Weinberg Lab Dr Matthew Vander Heiden consults with members of his lab An assistant professor of biology Vander Heiden has been honored with the Damon Runyon Rachleff Innovation Award Bill Gallery Learn more about MIT Biology Photo Credit Bill Gallery Conducting their investigations at world class facilities MIT Biology researchers are working at the frontier of molecular inquiry making vital contributions in genetics genomics and computational biology Bill Gallery Learn more about MIT Biology Photo Credit Bill Gallery Previous Pause Next Events Family Weekend Reception Please join Prof Hazel Sive for hot apple cider and other Read more Biology Colloquium Biology Colloquium Speaker Paul Chang Title Read more Halloween Party Read more Announcements Department of Biology announces three faculty positions Read more Congratulations Professor Grossman on your election to the National Academy of Sciences Read more David Sabatini wins the NAS Award in Molecular Biology Read more Participate Tweets by MITBiology Directory Faculty Staff View people by Research Location Broad Institute Building 68 Koch Institute McGovern Institute Picower Institute Whitehead Institute Research Location Area of Research Biochemistry Biophysics Bioengineering Cancer Biology Cell Biology Computational Systems Biology Developmental Biology Genetics Human Genetics Immunology Microbiology Molecular Medicine Human Disease Neurobiology Plant Molecular Biology Stem Cells Epigenetics Structural Biology Area of Research Research Lab Altshuler Lab Amon Lab Baker Lab Bartel Lab Bell Lab Boyer Lab

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  • Contact | MIT Biology
    as a Biology Undergrad Resources Graduate Program Overview Applying to the Program Funding Requirements Courses Life as a Biology Graduate Student Resources For Current Students Career Opportunities FAQ Postdoctoral Program Overview Career Funding Life as a Postdoc FAQ MIT Postdoc Association Resources Contact You may contact the Department of Biology webmaster using the form below For information regarding our academic programs see the undergraduate or graduate pages To provide feedback

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  • Employment Opportunities | MIT Biology
    Graduate Student Resources For Current Students Career Opportunities FAQ Postdoctoral Program Overview Career Funding Life as a Postdoc FAQ MIT Postdoc Association Resources Employment Opportunities MIT is an Affirmative Action Equal Opportunity employer Qualified women and minority candidates are especially encouraged to apply Faculty positions Assistant Professor Without Tenure Whitehead Institute Assistant Professor Without Tenure Broad Institute Assistant or Associate Professor Koch Institute Other jobs at MIT Biology For non

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  • Get Help! | MIT Biology
    Undergraduate Research Opportunities Life as a Biology Undergrad Resources Graduate Program Overview Applying to the Program Funding Requirements Courses Life as a Biology Graduate Student Resources For Current Students Career Opportunities FAQ Postdoctoral Program Overview Career Funding Life as a Postdoc FAQ MIT Postdoc Association Resources Get Help Emergencies DIAL 100 or call x3 1212 617 253 1212 Campus Police emergency line 617 253 1212 Environmental Health Safety EHS Office s charge is to protect both the environment and the MIT community s health and safety Harrassment MIT Policies and Procedures See section 9 5 specifically Health and Well being MIT Medical MIT Medical Mental Health Service s Call 617 253 2916 for a same day appointment or just walk in for urgent care E23 368 MIT Medical Urgent Care Dial 617 253 4481 Human Resources Human Resources Administrator Building 68 room 132 MIT Human Resources Office Robert Muti bmuti at mit du Human Resources Officer for Biology Miscellaneous Ombuds Office MIT s Ombudspersons are a neutral independent and confidential resource for faculty staff and students within the MIT community They act to bring to the surface work and school related issues and conflicts and will try to help to

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  • About the MIT Department of Biology | MIT Biology
    many areas including research teaching and industry MIT biologists are deeply engaged in both fundamental research and its applications The department promotes a highly collaborative environment that allows for a free exchange of ideas across research areas and academic disciplines The result is a rigorous creative dynamic culture in which scientists and students tackle the important problems and questions in biology and related fields Our location at the heart of one of the world s most important biotech pharma hubs creates exciting opportunities for research employment and the commercialization of new discoveries The department is commited to a culture of inclusion and to promoting participation from diverse groups of students staff and faculty Learn more about MIT Biology s areas of research Leading edge research centers and facilities The MIT Department of Biology is headquartered at the Koch Biology Building but the activities of the department span five additional state of the art research locations David H Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research McGovern Center for Brain Research Picower Institute for Learning and Memory Broad Institute The technology platforms and interdisciplinary collaborations located in these facilities are rare or even unique among peer institutions Each facility has grown out of the work of MIT biologists and many faculty members have labs at these locations All facilities are within a few minutes walk of one another Learn more about MIT Biology s research locations Pioneering collaborations Many members of the MIT Biology faculty are also members of one of the department s five research centers Still others hold joint appointments in biology and another MIT academic department such as Biological Engineering Brain and Cognitive Sciences Chemistry Civil and Environmental Engineering These interdisciplinary partnerships result in innovative approaches to applied and basic research in areas like brain

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  • Diversity and Broadening Participation | MIT Biology
    Overview Career Funding Life as a Postdoc FAQ MIT Postdoc Association Resources About the Department Diversity and Broadening Participation Undergraduate Summer Research Internships Faculty Mini Sabbatical Quantitative Biology Workshop HHMI Special Research Seminars HHMI Education Group High School Student Teacher Outreach Post Bac Bridge Program Honors Awards Facilities Calendar Events MIT Biology News Support Biology Conversations with Scientists IAP Diversity and Broadening Participation The MIT Department of Biology is committed to promoting diversity and inclusion as one of its core missions We welcome and encourage talented individuals of all cultural and ethnic backgrounds sexual orientations and individuals with disabilities to participate in the Department s research goals We seek increased diversity at every level undergraduate and graduate students postdoctoral fellows faculty members and staff Our department values teaching and mentoring and is focused on providing a supportive sensitive and tolerant environment for all of its members regardless of their background and physical abilities The department has put a number of programs in place to broaden participation These programs include a 10 week summer research internship for undergraduate students from other colleges and universities a 7 day quantitative biology workshop for students and faculty from minority serving institutions a summer mini

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  • Featured Awards | MIT Biology
    a Biology Graduate Student Resources For Current Students Career Opportunities FAQ Postdoctoral Program Overview Career Funding Life as a Postdoc FAQ MIT Postdoc Association Resources About the Department Diversity and Broadening Participation Honors Awards Student Awards Facilities Calendar Events MIT Biology News Support Biology Conversations with Scientists IAP Featured Awards Please submit new awards here Award Registration Form Organization Award Number of Biology Recipients National Academy of Sciences Member 32

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  • Facilities | MIT Biology
    facility has put MIT back at the forefront of structural biology with equipment that guarantees training of students and post docs according to today s standards The core group as well as many other labs heavily use this facility It has transformed the way structural biology is performed at MIT It will leverage our attempts to reach for the difficult targets that are in the focal point of our research agendas Location Building 68 map Contact Robert Grant ragrant mit edu The Swanson Biotechnology Center In addition to core facilities located in building 68 the Swanson Biotechnology Center SBC is a brand new life science based high technology core facility center located in Building 76 directly adjacent to Building 68 Launched in March 2011 the SBC comprises 27K square feet and currently hosts 10 core facilities with another 3 in development These operating units provide the MIT research community with cost advantaged high technology instrumentation and services The following SBC research facilities are available to the MIT community at large Applied Therapeutics Core Facility This resource enables longitudinal testing of potential vaccines therapeutic agents and drug delivery and detection systems in whole animal tumor models The core goal of the facility is to provide coordinated services that enable researchers to perform clinical trials in mice regardless of lab expertise including providing consultation on experimental design animal breeding and housing drug dosing image acquisition and analysis Researchers may also avail themselves of training opportunities throughout the process The facility interfaces with the MIT Department of Comparative Medicine on matters of animal care and coordinates access to whole animal imaging instrumentation in partnership with the KI Imaging Core Facility New capabilities can be added as dictated by and appropriate to specific cancer research projects Bioinformatics Computing Core Facility The primary mission of the Bioinformatics and Computing Core Facility is to ensure research projects are provided expanded bioinformatics and computing support By maintaining a current awareness of newly developing bioinformatics methods and technologies relevant to cancer research facility staff provides the intellectual expertise that cancer researchers may access on a fee for service basis as well as through numerous training opportunities that will set them on a path towards essential bioinformatics self sufficiency Support is also provided to both research labs and other shared resource Core Facilities for hardware systems desktop computing and software tools required for the collection analysis dissemination and storage of data Biopolymers Proteomics Core Facility The overall mission of the Biopolymers and Proteomics Core Facility is to provide researchers access to cutting edge methods and state of the art instrumentation critical to many aspects of their research involving DNA RNA or proteins The facility offers a diverse set of capabilities ranging from standard commonly used services to high end techniques that include next generation sequencing technology custom synthesis of membrane based peptide arrays and mass spectrometry services for proteomic analysis The facility provides key infrastructure including technical expertise and operational oversight required to maintain an extensive group of high

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