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MAY 26, 2015: 9:00 AM
This symposium brings together interdisciplinary researchers with a shared interest in
studying the origins and consequences of stochastic molecular fluctuations in single
cells. Read more
JUN 18, 2015: 8:00 AM
"Celebrate the World of Peptide Chemistry and Biology and Dr. Naider’s Contributions to CUNY and CSI" will be followed by a festive banquet at Young Israel of Staten Island at 7:00pm
The symposium and the papers presented will focus on Dr. Naider’s scholarship in peptide chemistry & biology Read more