Lewis-Sigler Institute releases Community Values Statement

Posted Aug 27, 2019



The Lewis-Sigler Institute for Integrative Genomics is committed to fostering an open, inclusive, and supportive environment for all of our students, faculty, and staff.  We now provide a Community Values Statement to communicate these goals and to share resources on campus that promote and enhance our efforts.
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Community Values Statement

Community Values Statement

The Lewis-Sigler Institute for Integrative Genomics is committed to fostering an open, inclusive, and supportive environment for all of our students, faculty, and staff.  We embrace the dignity, individuality, and freedom of each of our members while fostering a sense of shared experience and common purpose, along with a collective responsibility for our success and mutual support.

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Sea slugs use algae’s bacterial ‘weapons factory’ in three-way symbiotic relationship

Posted Jul 22, 2019

Delicate yet voracious, the sea slug Elysia rufescens grazes cow-like on bright green tufts of algae, rooting around to find the choicest bits.

But this inch-long marine mollusk gains not only a tasty meal — it also slurps up the algae’s defensive chemicals, which the slug can then deploy against its own predators.


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Coleen Murphy awarded one of the three annual "Women in Cell Biology" awards from the American Society for Cell Biology

Posted Jul 17, 2019

Murphy, a professor of molecular biology and the Lewis-Sigler Institute for Integrative Genomics, won the WICB Mid-Career Award for Excellence in Research, which is open to women seven to 15 years into their careers who have made exceptional scientific contributions to cell biology or effectively translated cell biology across disciplines, and who exemplify a high level of scientific endeavor and leadership. Murphy, who is also the director of the Paul F.


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