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The Program in Gene Function and Expression (PGFE) at The University of Massachusetts Medical School is an interdisciplinary program that seeks to:

  • bring together faculty with diverse research interests who use a variety of scientific approaches to investigate exciting questions relating to gene expression and function.
  • provide a research atmosphere that is both collegial and collaborative.
  • offer postdoctoral fellows and graduate students the opportunity to work in a stimulating environment on the leading-edge of modern biological research.
  • participate in the quality education and training of its graduate students.

Upcoming Events

  • December 05, 2014

    PGFE Seminar - Michael Brodsky, Ph.D.

    Location: LRB 616
    4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

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  • Michael Green elected to National Academy of Sciences read
  • Thomas Fazzio receives Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers read
  • Eduardo Torres named Searle Scholar for 2013 read