Paul D. Gottlieb Distinguished Lecture: Dr. Jay Shendure "Global, Single Cell Views of Mammalian Development"

The 13th Paul D. Gottlieb Distinguished Lecture will be given by Dr. Jay Shendure, Professor of Genome Science at the University of Washington.

 

Dr. Shendure has pioneered faster and cheaper DNA sequencing, with impact felt across research ranging from breast cancer, precision medicine, and the flu.

In April, he will be awarded the Richard Lounsbery Award by the National Academy of Sciences. He is a Howard Hughes Medical Investigator, as well as director of the Brotman Baty Institute for Precision Medicine.

 

The Paul D. Gottlieb Distinguished Lecture Series was initiated by the Cellular and Molecular Biology graduate students.

The series is dedicated to the memory of the late Paul D. Gottlieb, former director of the School of Biological Sciences and outstanding professor of molecular genetics and microbiology.

 

The lecture is co-hosted by the Department of Molecular Biosciences, by the Institute for Cellular and Molecular Biology, by the MBS graduate students, and made possible by our generous donors. 

Tuesday, March 5, 2019 at 3:00pm to 4:00pm

WILLIAM C. POWERS, JR. STUDENT ACTIVITY CENTER (WCP), Auditorium SAC 1.402
2201 SPEEDWAY, Austin, Texas 78712

Event Type

Academics

Departments

College of Natural Sciences

Target Audience

Students, Faculty

Cost

Free

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