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Fall 2016 Letter from the Chair

Dear Friends of UT Molecular Biosciences,​

This fall, UT Austin welcomed its largest incoming class to date, and we are excited to have many of these new Longhorns in the Department of Molecular Biosciences. We welcomed a new faculty member who has done groundbreaking research in CRISPR gene-editing and are preparing a new research facility that allows scientists to see the inner workings of cells at higher resolution than ever before. We also are celebrating Professor John Wallingford's election as president of the Society for Developmental Biology and the achievements of our alumnus, Dr. Jim Allison, who The New York Times featured prominently for his leadership in immunotherapy cancer treatment. We are thankful for your continued support. You're essential in making UT Austin a science education leader and a hub for discovery and innovation that changes the world.


Dan Leahy
Chair, Department of Molecular Biosciences

P.S. Giving from alumni, parents, and friends allows us to pursue strategic initiatives and to support our faculty and students in their education and research endeavors. Please consider making a gift to UT Molecular Biosciences today.

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Wed Sep 25 @ 4:00PM - 05:00PM
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