Fall GCB Newsletter

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Fall GCB Newsletter

Highlights to the current issue include

  • Duke receives its first multimillion dollar Center of Excellence in Genome Science grant, which includes five GCB PIs
  • GCB transitions to a center within Biostatistics and Bioinformatics
  • Jenny Tung and Anne Yoder have both been recently featured in Duke's new Fundamental Concepts series
  • AI may offer a better way to identify drug-resistant superbugs
  • Yarui Diao and Craig Lowe were awarded Genomic Innovator Awards
  • GCB Academy goes virtual
  • Core Facility updates
  • Student Spotlight on Melyssa Minto

Read the Fall GCB Newsletter

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