2015 Opportunity Awards

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C. elegans germline stem cells express lower levels of Cyclin E than their differentiating descendants, which may be part of a strategy to minimize the accumulation of replication-dependent mutations.
 
Congratulations to the winners of this year's CCBS Opportunity Awards competition based on the theme of Dynamics and Complexity! Each winning proposal will receive $10,000 for project expenses and $1,000 personal award to be split between student and/or postdoctoral participants. We look forward to hearing about the projects at next year's annual CCBS retreat scheduled for March 18-20th, 2016 at the Sheraton Universal Hotel, Universal City.
 
Title
Participants
Departments
Diffusion kinetics of free to bound NADH during early stages of ovarian folliculogenesis
Rachel Cinco, Ulrike Luderer / Nik Hedde, Enrico Gratton
Developmental & Cell Biology / Biomedical Engineering
Understanding complex and dynamic cell behavior during craniofacial skeletogenesis Christopher Rackauckas, Qing Nie / Praveer Sharma, Tom Schilling
Mathematics / Developmental & Cell Biology
Unraveling spatio-temporal dynamics of the deacetylase SIRT1 in living cells
Lorena Aguilar, Paolo Sassone-Corsi / Suman Ranjit, Enrico Gratton
Biological Chemistry / Biomedical Engineering & Laboratory for Fluorescence Dynamics
Dynamic regulation and noise attenuation in IncRNA network for X-chromosome inactivation
Tian Hong, Chunhe Li, Qing Nie / Heather Karner, Sha Sun
Mathematics / Developmental & Cell Biology
Profiling the dynamic transcriptome of FSHD during myogenesis through single-cell mRNA sequencing
Mandy Jiang, Ali Mortazavi / Christopher Ma, Kyoko Yokomori
Developmental & Cell Biology / Biological Chemistry
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