Q&A: Dr. Sue Biggins reflects on her study of the kinetochore

January 14, 2019
This critical structure holds chromosomes to microtubules during cell division

Caption: Chromosomes (stained red) align and attach to microtubules (green) in the mitotic spindle before cell division. Credit: Jason Stumpff Dr. Sue Biggins, a new member of the Board of Scientific Advisors, was the first […]

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A Letter from the Chair

November 2, 2018
Dr. Bonnie Bassler leads the Board of Scientific Advisors

Caption: Dr. Bonnie Bassler. Photo Credit: Alena Soboleva   Hello JCC Fellows, Scientific Board Members, and Friends, I am delighted to be the new Chair of the Board of Scientific Advisors (BSA). I look forward […]

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New members join the Board of Scientific Advisors

November 2, 2018
Drs. Sue Biggins, Akiko Iwasaki, Michael Crair, and Susan Marqusee began their terms in 2018

The JCC is pleased to welcome four new members of the Board of Scientific Advisors this year, in addition to our new Chair, Bonnie Bassler. Dr. Sue Biggins was the first to isolate, reconstitute, and […]

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Research Highlights from the JCC Community

November 2, 2018
Recent research published in Science, Nature, and more.

The JCC is pleased to share recent research by current and former JCC Fellows. JCC Fellow Feng Chen, in Holger Willenbring’s lab at UCSF, contributed to a study showing that when disease or injury causes […]

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