■ Happy Springtime from everyone at the CBG!
■ Congratulations to Shannon Sears, winner of the 2020 Distinguished Staff Matador Award.
■ "The Center for Biotechnology and Genomics is very critical for our research because it's a one-stop shop for many applications that we use. They have acquired new tools and new instrumentation that are very critical in doing cutting-edge research." Dr. Naima Moustaid-Moussa, Director, Obesity Research Cluster.
■ Congratulations to our Spring 2020 MS in Biotechnology Graduates: Kyle Merry, Daniela Serrano, Yinxue Li, Bruno Ivaldi, Anthony Diehl, Bryson Seekins, Emily Blankenship, Varsha Ravi, and Srinidhi Devarajan.
■ Prof. Mechref was invited to join the ISPPP scientific committee and to co-Chair the ISPPP 2021 symposium.
The center has three primary cores through which it provides research support and
training. Click here to learn more about the three core facilities, or download the PDF file of rates.
Biotechnology and genomic research is a major focus at Texas Tech University. The
Center for Biotechnology & Genomics is designed to capitalize on this strength by
facilitating research partnerships between highly productive research teams that extend
across departmental boundaries. Strong cooperative ties have been forged with academic
institutions, federal laboratories, and companies in Texas and throughout the region.
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TTU Center for Biotechnology and Genomics