Marks Lab News
|Adam Riesselman graduates!||December 12, 2018|
|Adam Riesselman successfully defended his thesis, "Building maps from genetic sequences to biological function." Congratulations, Dr. Riesselman!|
|Debora Marks Awarded CZI Ben Barres Early Career Investigation Award||December 12, 2018|
Debora Marks was recently awarded a 2.5 million grant from the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative to pursue novel neurobiology research. The specific award honors Prof. Ben Barres (link), an exemplary neurobiologist and a champion for equal opportunities in science. This grant seeks to build a network of early-career scientists who can develop new strategies for the prevention and treatment of neurodegenerative disease. This multi-year grant will enable new positions in the Marks lab; apply here!
Chan-Zuckerberg Initiative Press Release
HMS Press Release
|John Ingraham successfully defends his thesis!||August 2, 2018|
|John Ingraham became the first Marks Lab graduate student to defend his thesis, "Probabilistic Models of Structure in Biological Sequences." Congratulations Dr. Ingraham!|
|Talk by John Ingraham at Models, Inference, and Algorithms meeting at the Broad||April 17, 2018|
|Check out the talk John gave on learning protein structure using a differentiable simulator at the Broad Institute on April 11, 2018! (link)|
You can also check out a talk by Debora Marks at this meeting series from February 2017 here!
|Mutation Effects Predicted from Sequence Co-Variation Paper||January 16, 2017|
|Paper by Thomas, John, Frank, Charlotta, Mike Springer, Chris and Debbie on EVmutations and how they can be used to predict the effects of mutations came out in Nature online!|
|Disorder Page and Paper||September 22, 2016|
|Paper by Agnes, Perry, John, Thomas, Bonnie, Chris and Debbie on alternative conformations in human disordered proteins just came out in Cell!
|Marks Lab Website Launch||September, 16 2016|
|Redesign of the Marks Lab website launched today!|