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Anna Jacobson, QCB Graduate Student, selected for HMEI-STEP Environmental Policy Graduate Fellowship

Anna Jacobson, second year QCB graduate student, has been selected to receive an HMEI-STEP Fellowship Award from the High Meadows Environmental Institute.... Read more

A unified atlas of CD8 T cell dysfunctional states in cancer and infection published in Molecular Cell by Yuri Pritykin and colleagues

Cells of the immune system, particularly T cells, are essential for protection against viral and bacterial infections and cancer. However, in some circumstances, for example in chronic infections or in growing tumors, they... Read more

Joshua Rabinowitz named Director of new branch of Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research at Princeton

Princeton University is the home of a new branch of the Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research, an international community of distinguished scientists dedicated to preventing and controlling cancer. The Ludwig Princeton Branch... Read more

QCB Graduate Students, Katie Goodwin and Chadi Saad-Roy, selected for the 2021 Procter Fellowship

Katie Goodwin and Chadi Saad-Roy, QCB graduate students, have been awarded the Procter Fellowship for the 2021-22 academic year. The dean of the Graduate School and the academic affairs deans, in consultation with the... Read more

Princeton faculty Bialek, Dennehy, Mian, Perry, Ralph and Taylor and three graduate alumni win 2021 Guggenheim Fellowships

Six Princeton faculty members and three graduate alumni have received 2021 Guggenheim Fellowships. They are: William Bialek, the John Archibald Wheeler/Battelle Professor in... Read more

QCB Graduate Students Selected for the NSF GRFP

QCB graduate students Sara Camilli, Siena Dumas Ang, Theo Gibbs, and Dee Ruttenberg have been selected as recipients of the 2021 NSF Graduate Research Fellowship... Read more

Social bacteria build shelters using the physics of fingerprint patterns

A new study explores how a species of bacteria work collectively to form fruiting bodies, spongy mushroom-like growths that promote survival. Researchers led by professors Joshua Shaevitz... Read more