Upcoming Events

  • Friday, April 25th, 9:30am

    at Silver Center, Room 1003

    Graduate Colloquium

    Zunping Luo & Christopher Hackley

  • Saturday, April 26th, 9:00am

    at CGSB Auditorium, 12 Waverly Pl.

    Sense to Synapse 2014

    (multiple speakers)

  • Monday, April 28th, 2:00pm

    at 8th Floor CGSB, 12 Waverly Pl.

    Guest Seminar Series

    Dr. Patrick Lemaire, CNRS - CRBM, France

  • Monday, April 28th, 4:00pm

    at CGSB Auditorium, 12 Waverly Place

    Monday Seminar Series

    Dr. Susan Mango, Harvard

Complete list of events

Spotlight on Education

Biology Undergrads Get Published

Two undergraduate researchers and an Intel competition-winning high school student join three Biology faculty on recent PNAS paper. Read More

Facilities & Resources

CGSB Lobby

The Biology Department's Center for Genomics and Systems Biology expanded into its brand new building in the Spring of 2011. Read More

News

  • Registration is now available for the 2014 NYU CGSB Symposium, "Genomes Evolving." The symposium will take place on Friday, June 6, 2014.

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  • CGSB faculty member Elodie Ghedin was recently highlighted in a video series celebrating women in science.

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  • The Wall Street Journal recently published an article covering the findings of the Carlton lab's Dirty Money Project.

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  • David Gresham recently published an optimized method for next-generation genetic screens in the open access journal of the Genetics Society of America, G3.

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  • PhD student, Jungeui Hong and David Gresham have published a high resolution study of adaptive evolution of budding yeast in nutrient-limited environments.

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People Past and Present

Gladys Mateyko

"Specialized in the histology and cytology of pathological cell dynamics in tumor cells."

Meet Dr. Mateyko

Video Spotlight

Kris Gunsalus talks about her latest Cell paper on gene networks in a complex tissue

High-content screening for gene profiling has generally been limited to single cells. Here, we explore an alternative approach—profiling gene function by analyzing effects of gene knockdowns on the architecture of a complex tissue in a multicellular organism. Read More