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Ecologist Sarah Kocher wins an inaugural Freeman Hrabowski award from Howard Hughes Medical Institute

The Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) announced that ecologist Sarah Kocher is one of the 31 new Freeman Hrabowski Scholars from 22 institutions. Freeman Hrabowski Scholars are outstanding early career faculty in science... Read more

Isaac Breinyn wins Princeton Research Day award

Congratulations to Isaac Breinyn, QCB graduate student, on his Princeton Research Day Award! Isaac was awarded an Orange & Black Award, which is given to presentations that receive the highest... Read more

Graduate Students Awarded NSF GRFP

Graduate student Olenka Jain (BPY) and incoming students Cole Gibson (BPY) and Maria Larina (QCB) have been selected as recipients of the 2023 NSF Graduate... Read more

Welcome to our new QCB and BPY graduate students!

We are very excited to welcome our new graduate students this fall for the PhD programs in Quantitative and Computational Biology (QCB) and Biophysics (BPY)!   Quantitative and Computational Biology program incoming students... Read more

Yuri Pritykin receives NSF CAREER Award

Yuri Pritykin, Assistant Professor in LSI and Computer Science, has received an NSF CAREER Award for his research “Molecular mechanisms, algorithms, and software for design and analysis of genome... Read more

Rabinowitz: cancerous tumors are sluggardly and thrifty

Research from the Rabinowitz Lab at Princeton Chemistry and the... Read more

LSI-affiliated Principal Investigators are recognized as Highly Cited Researchers by Web of Science

Josh Rabinowitz (LSI/Chemistry Faculty), Kara Dolinski (LSI PI and Assistant Director), and Cliff Brangwynne (LSI affiliated faculty), along with... Read more

Researchers discover behavior of immunity genes leading to worse COVID outcomes for men

A team of researchers from Princeton University, Flatiron Institute of the Simons Foundation, the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and the Naval Medical Research Center had begun studying a group of nearly 3,000 members... Read more