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Center funds help high-schoolers learn molecular biology

A Summer Outreach Program at Princeton University partially funded by the Institute's NIGMS Center for Quantitative Biology... Read more

Canine Foundation Donation Supports Troyanskaya Research

1/11/2012 - The organization 2 Million Dogs, which is devoted to canine cancer research, has awarded $50,000 to Princeton University. The funds will support research... Read more

John Storey and Ned Wingreen named 2011 AAAS Fellows

The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) has selected six Princeton professors qs fellows for 2011... Read more

Siyuan Wang '11 Receives Doctoral Thesis Award

Siyuan Wang, who graduated from Princeton last May with a PhD jointly advised by Institute members Joshua Shaevitz and Ned Wingreen, was recently awarded the American Physical Society "Award for Outstanding Doctoral Thesis... Read more

Jeff and MacKenzie Bezos donate $15 million to Princeton Neuroscience Institute, co-directed by David Tank

Princeton University alumnus Jeff Bezos, the founder and chief executive officer of, and alumna MacKenzie Bezos, are donating $15 million to the University to create a center in the Princeton Neuroscience Institute.... Read more

Storey Lab Research Reveals Gene Activity in Trauma Victims

Princeton molecular biologist John Storey (left) and postdoctoral research fellow Keyur Desai analyzed the gene activity of a 168 blunt-force trauma patients and found that it correlated with a patient's deterioration. The... Read more

QCB graduate program highlighted in Science

A recent Policy Forum piece in the journal Science mentioned the Lewis-Sigler Institute’s graduate program in Quantitative and Computational Biolog as an example of... Read more

Image from Kruglyak lab featured on PLoS Biology cover

A figure created by Hannah Seidel, a former member of Leonid Kruglyak's lab, is the featured image for the July 2011 issue of... Read more