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BCBP Seminar: Rebecca Berlow PhD

1131 Bioinformatics 130 Mason Farm Road, Chapel Hill, NC, United States

Rebecca Berlow, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Biochemistry and Biophysics University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill Title: “Rewriting the Rules of Molecular Competition: Transcriptional Regulation by Intrinsically Disordered Proteins”

BCBP Bagel Breakfast

GMB 3rd floor lobby

Please RSVP via email calendar invite. Event organizers: Amelia, Maria, and Gage BCBP Social Chairs

BCBP Social Hike: Occoneechee Speedway

Dear BCBP Department, Please join us this Saturday for our first fun trail walk of the semester at the historic Occoneechee Speedway, the last remaining original tracks from NASCAR's 1949 Inaugural season. All staff, faculty, postdocs, students, rotation students and family/friends are invited to attend.  We hope to see you there! Trail info, RSVP and sign up … Read more


NC Museum of Natural Sciences 11 West Jones Street, Raleigh, NC, United States

One of the outstanding strengths within the Research Triangle is research on the cytoskeleton – the defining structure of every living cell. The Triangle Cytoskeleton Meeting aims to strengthen communication and collaboration between the Triangle’s institutions. Our ASCB-sponsored local meeting attracts over 200 attendees, 20% of which are Principal Investigators, from several states surrounding North … Read more

Event Series Mindful Monday Meditation

Mindful Monday Meditation

Take advantage of self-compassion meditation sessions provided by School of Medicine and dedicate time to self-nurture. Mindfulness and self-compassion meditations assist with stress reduction, mental flexibility and even resilience. Sessions are 30-minutes every Monday led by Jonny Gerkin.

BCBP Seminar: Lindsay Case PhD

Lindsay Case, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Biology Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Host: Rebecca Berlow Talk Title: Phase separation regulates integrin clustering and downstream signaling Dr. Case has a B. A. in Biology and French from Franklin and Marshall College and a Ph.D. in Cell and Developmental Biology from UNC-Chapel Hill. She is currently Assistant Professor … Read more

Unconscious Bias Awareness

Explores unintended/implicit bias and introduces foundational concepts that are necessary to additional engagement with DEI-related topics and issues. This workshop will be offered monthly throughout the year, and is strongly recommended to be first training that participants attend.


Nelson Mandela Auditorium, FedEx Global Education Center 301 Pittsboro St., Chapel Hill, NC, United States

DISCLOSURE IN THE AGE OF INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATION: NIH AND FBI DISCUSS THE FUTURE OF GLOBAL RESEARCH SECURITY Got questions for the National Institute of Health, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, or a former U.S. ambassador about the future of research security? Science and Security has become an important framework for protecting the future of open research at universities that accept US … Read more

Postdoc appreciation lunch

GMB 3rd floor lobby

For Postdoc appreciation week our department would like to celebrate you and your contributions to the community. Below is an order form for lunch from Armadillo Grill on September 22. If you plan to attend, please submit your order by September 14th. We hope to see you there! Lunch form

Results of the Climate Survey

We would like to invite all members of the BCBP community: students, staff, post-docs, research assistants, all lab members and faculty to learn the results of the Climate Survey from our Department. This is scheduled for Sept. 22nd (Thursday from 12-12:30PM), during the first half of a faculty meeting, just for convenience.  Dr Nate Thomas, the Vice Dean … Read more