The Biotech Journal Club, founded by Harrison Prentice-Mott in 2013, is where Harvard scientists come together to discuss current events in the Biotechnology and Biopharmaceutical industries.
Presenting at the Journal Club is laid back, informal, and fun, so sign up to present anything you find interesting in the field of Biotech. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up for a presentation time. The club is open to undergraduates, graduate students, and post-doctoral fellows.
Blake Chancellor (PhD Candidate in Biological and Biomedical Sciences)
For inspiration or information on prior Journal Clubs, see below for past presentations:
Intellectual Property - Jay DeYoung - 4/5/16
Transcriptomic RNase-footprinting of protein-RNA complexes - Dr. Zhe Ji - 3/22/16
Off-patent drugs at brand-name prices - Naren Tallapragada - 3/8/16
Modular Sequence Detection in Mammalian Cells - Dr. Shimyn Slomovic - 2/16/16
Small Airway-on-a-Chip - Dr. Kembaz Benam - 1/19/16
HIV Drugs - Paris Bentley - 12/8/15
CRISPR - Jonathan Gootenberg - 11/10/15
Jenna Kefali & Paris Bentley, 2015 - 2016
Harrison Prentice-Mott, 2013 - 2014