Category: Course Connection

HHMI Awards Gilliam Fellowships to Advisor-Student Pairs, Including MBL Alumni

HHMI Awards Gilliam Fellowships to Advisor-Student Pairs, Including MBL Alumni

Duke University Medical School doctoral student Briana Davis (alumna, MBL Zebrafish Development and Genetics, 2019) and her advisor John Rawls (course director, MBL Frontiers in Host-Microbe Interactions, 2015) have been awarded a Gilliam Fellowship from Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI). The fellowships, which provide $50K per year for up to three years, seek to increase

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A Virtual Walk Through Woods Hole!

A Virtual Walk Through Woods Hole!

We know you’re missing the Marine Biological Laboratory and we’re missing you, too. Enjoy this virtual walk through Woods Hole, see some familiar MBL faces, and learn some cool facts! This video greeted students, faculty, scientists and others who attended the MBL’s Virtual Programs this summer – eliciting warm memories, laughter and even a few

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MBL September Course Director Eric Schwartz is Honored for Undergraduate Teaching

MBL September Course Director Eric Schwartz is Honored for Undergraduate Teaching

Eric Schwartz, director of the MBL September Course “Observing Proteins in Action: How to Design and Build Your Own Instruments,” has received a Quantrell Award for excellence in undergraduate teaching from the University of Chicago. The Quantrell Awards are believed to be the oldest prize of their kind in the nation. The MBL September Courses,

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Students Discover the MBL Magic in a Marine Lab Far from Woods Hole

Students Discover the MBL Magic in a Marine Lab Far from Woods Hole

By Diana Kenney Can the “Woods Hole magic” – that intangible something that MBL students for decades have tried to describe — be recreated in a distant locale? “Yes,” it appears, given the passionate response to the MBL Practical Course on Developmental Biology held last January in Quintay, Chile. “This has been one of the

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