An inter-institutional program involving 30 departments at Washington State University (Pullman, Tri-Cities, Spokane, Vancouver and Puyallup campuses), University of Idaho, Montana State University, University of Washington, Central Washington University and Spokane Community College. Altogether, the Center now includes approximately 88 faculty and over 200 trainees and staff, making it one of the largest reproductive biology centers in the world.
The Center's main objective is straightforward: to provide opportunities for investigators from across the Pacific Northwest to collaborate and learn from one another.
UPCOMING EVENTS AND SEMINARS
WORKS IN PROGRESS SEMINAR Dr. Jon Oatley Laboratory
Wednesday, February 8, 2017; BLS402; 4:10pm
WORKS IN PROGRESS SEMINAR Dr. Erica Crespi
Wednesday, March 8, 2017; BLS402; 4:10pm
WORKS IN PROGRESS SEMINAR Dr. Jill Johnson Laboratory, University of Idaho
Speaker: Dr. Jill Johnson
Title: "Diverse roles of the Hsp90 molecular chaperone machine: What can we learn by mutations of the machine?"
Wednesday, April 12, 2017; BLS402; 4:10pm
WORKS IN PROGRESS SEMINAR Dr. Michael Griswold Laboratory
Wednesday, May 10, 2017; BLS402; 4:10pm
Congratulations to the following CRB trainees and their faculty mentor!
Elizabeth Rice-Reynolds and Dr. Michael Griswold
Seth Schneider and Dr. Anthony Nicola
Allegra Sundstrom and Dr. Joanna Kelley
Mitchell Wagner and Dr. Jim Cooper
Essence White and Dr. Erica Crespi