National Institutes of Health Cell Cycle Interest Group

Cell Cycle Interest Group

The Cell Cycle Interest Group comprises researchers at NIH and in the local area who are interested in cell cycle and DNA replication in prokaryotes and eukaryotes.  Our meetings are listed in the NIH Calendar of Events.  Regular meetings include annual symposia with keynote addresses by leaders from the cell cycle field, followed by  presentations by individuals in the group describing recent results in their labs. Special meetings are arranged for guest researchers who present an hourlong seminar.  All meetings are open to any interested individuals.  The interest group coordinator is Mirit Aladjem.

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