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The goal of the I4C Collaboratory is to develop novel combined immunologic approaches to cure HIV-1 through a highly collaborative and multifaceted research program involving leading investigators in academia, government and industry.
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Based at Harvard University, the Doyle group is comprised of a diverse group of researchers, coming from backgrounds such as computer science, biology, and chemical engineering. Contact us to inquire about open positions.
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The Friedman Lab focuses on the organismic interfaces between developmental, phylogenetic and evolutionary biology. Steady advances in the study of the phylogenetic relationships of organisms have provided the raw materials for critical studies of character evolution in plants, animals, fungi, and all other forms of life. Armed with hypotheses of relationships among organisms, we explore how patterns of morphology, anatomy, and reproduction have evolved through the modification of developmental processes.