Profile of John Storey appears in Nature Biotechnology

Posted Apr 25, 2011

John Storey, Lewis-Sigler Institute member and Professor of Molecular Biology, is the subject of a profile in the April issue of Nature Biotechnology. Storey, the creator of the influential q value method for estimating false discovery rates, discusses the challenges of using next-generation sequencing as a quantitative measurement tool in such applications as RNA-Seq.


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Christina M. Chang ‘12 Awarded Iota Sigma Pi Gladys Anderson Emerson Scholarship

Posted Apr 12, 2011

Christina Marie Chang, Class of 2012, has been selected as the Gladys Anderson Emerson Scholarship recipient for 2011 by Iota Sigma Pi. The award recognizes excellence in chemistry or biochemistry at the junior undergraduate level. Chang, a major in the Chemistry Department at Princeton University, is pursuing research in the laboratory of Professor John T. Groves. 


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Christina Chang '12 awarded Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship

Posted May 27, 2016

Christina Chang ’12, who was part of the Integrated Science program during her freshman and sophomore years, is one of four Princeton Undergraduates awarded a coveted Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship. She is majoring in Chemistry with a minor in Computer Science, and is conducting research in bioinorganic chemistry in John Groves’ Lab,


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Mark Ptashne, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

Mark Ptashne holds the Ludwig Chair of Molecular Biology at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York. A member of the National Academy of Sciences, his work on gene regulation has garnered numerous national and international awards including the Lasker Prize for Basic Research. In addition to his many research papers, he has written two books: A Genetic Switch (now in its third edition) and Genes and Signals (co-authored with Alex Gann).

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Mark Ptashne, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

Mark Ptashne holds the Ludwig Chair of Molecular Biology at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York. A member of the National Academy of Sciences, his work on gene regulation has garnered numerous national and international awards including the Lasker Prize for Basic Research. In addition to his many research papers, he has written two books: A Genetic Switch (now in its third edition) and Genes and Signals (co-authored with Alex Gann).

Details on Mark Ptashne's research.

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