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Journal of Cell Biology (2019) 218 (5): 14251426.
Published: 25 April 2019
... African students and assist them in the preparation and application to graduate schools in the US or other developed countries. By waving tuition and providing financial assistance to graduate students, several US graduate programs in STEM present a rare opportunity for higher education. We started...
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Journal of Cell Biology (2017) 216 (5): 12081209.
Published: 13 April 2017
... learning about Newtonian mechanics in sixth grade, her father would devise complex pulley-related problems for her to solve. Moving from the Eastern Bloc to New York City, Antonina began her scientific career as an undergraduate studying chemical engineering at the then tuition-free and merit-based Cooper...
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Journal of Cell Biology (2013) 202 (4): 602603.
Published: 19 August 2013
... college at Berkeley, I was going crazy because I had no idea what I wanted to do, and I felt like I was wasting $4,000 a year on tuition. Now, of course, I’m planning for my two daughters to go to college and it costs ten times as much, so it feels like less of a big deal. [Laughs] But at the time I...
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Journal of Cell Biology (2010) 189 (1): 35.
Published: 29 March 2010
... regarded Biochemistry Department of the University of California, then at Berkeley, where his tuition and living expenses were provided by the GI Bill. David Greenberg, head of the program and Phil’s PhD thesis advisor,recalled later that the department had gradually contracted during the war years...
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Journal of Experimental Medicine (2008) 205 (13): 30533064.
Published: 15 December 2008
... for help and advice in operating the FACSAria, and Dr. Michael McChesney for helpful comments and suggestions on the manuscript. Theses studies were supported by grant AI051354 from the National Institutes of Health/NIAID to N. Baumgarth and partial tuition support to Y.S. Choi from the Graduate...
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Journal of Cell Biology (2002) 156 (3): 437451.
Published: 04 February 2002
...., 1998 ). BSA (4 and 3 s) aldolase (7 and 4 s), and catalase (11 s) were run in parallel as controls. We would especially like to thank Adelaide Carpenter for her skilled tuition in carrying out electron microscopy on Drosophila larval brains, and Endre Mathe for helpful advice and stimulating...
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Journal of Experimental Medicine (1981) 153 (2): 280292.
Published: 01 February 1981
... involvement in the tuition of lympho- cyte populations in self-MHC antigen recognition (1-3) although the extent of this involvement is still a matter of debate (20). In support of a role for the thymus in the selection of the T cell receptor epertoire for self-MHC products, it has been shown that K, D, and I...