Gilmore Lab PhD Students Publish a Trio of Papers on the Origins of Immunity and Disease in Marine Invertebrates

https://youtu.be/WHmk919T-sE video courtesy of Carl Facer In research supported by the National Science Foundation, Tom Gilmore’s lab recently published three papers that address the origins of immunity, as well as its possible role in disease in threatened marine invertebrates. In a paper in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA, More

Professor Sorenson and Alumna Dr. Katie Stryjewski Featured in BU Research

Boston University's Research has published an article featuring BU Biology's Professor Sorenson and former Sorenson Lab member Dr. Katie Stryjewski. The article details Sorenson and Stryjewski's work on estrildid finches of New Guinea and what these birds can teach biologists about evolution. The article can be read on BU Research.

Sir Hans Kornberg Celebrates 90th Birthday

By Jennifer Aileen ScottFebruary 2nd, 2018in Faculty News, News

Boston University Professor of Biology Sir Hans Kornberg celebrated his 90th birthday with a special seminar given by colleague Dr. Alfred Goldberg. Dr. Goldberg's seminar, titled "Function of the Proteasome: from protein breakdown to disease therapy," was followed by a celebration in honor of Dr. Kornberg.