2010 highlights of CSHL awards and honors
A roundup of CSHL awards and honors for 2010.
CSHL ranks first in citations among 120 doctoral programs in Biology/Integrated Biology/Integrated Biomedical Sciences.
Two Watson School professors uncover new information in unread correspondence of Francis Crick.
He has developed a novel method that harnesses the power of next-generation DNA sequencing to analyze tens of thousands of DNA samples.
Over $340 million raised for research and education
Alfred Goldberg, David Micklos, Jeffrey Miller and Winship Herr are awarded honorary degrees
Oliver Sacks, Eric Kandel and Paul G. Allen also receive honorary degrees
Dr. Sacks to deliver commencement address
Leemor Joshua-Tor, Ph.D. has been named Dean of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory's Watson School of Biological Sciences.
Four more students join the growing group of alumni to receive their Ph.D.s from the Watson School of Biological Sciences.
Exceptional student earns Ph.D. and starts a family within four years.
Michelle Lynn Frances Cilia, Ahmet M. Denli, Elena S. Ezhkova, Zachary Bela Lippman, Masafumi Muratani, and Ji-Joon Song will become the second class
WSBS Graduate Zachary B. Lippman receives 2005 Harold M. Weintraub Graduate Student Award.
Dr. Lilian Gann joins the Watson as the Dean, with Dr. William Tansey as Director of Graduate Studies and Lita Annenberg Hazen Professor.