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A Letter From Lucy Shapiro, Ph.D., Director of the Beckman Center

I am pleased to let you know that the Beckman Center is emerging from the worst days of the COVID-19 pandemic stronger than ever!

Investing in our Service Centers: New Instrumentation

The Beckman Service Centers have a goal of providing our researchers with state-of-the-art scientific technologies. 

Flora Rutaganira, Ph.D., Joins the Beckman Center

Flora Rutaganira, Ph.D., will join the departments of Biochemistry and Developmental Biology this fall.

Get to Know the Beckman Center Programs

The Beckman Center supports discovery and innovation through diverse programs, including seminars, symposia, grants, and more.

How the COVID-19 Pandemic Changed Us

Across academic departments, Beckman Center researchers and administrative staff found lasting value in new ways to communicate and collaborate.

A Renewed Focus on Diversity and Inclusion in the Sciences

Developmental Biology graduate students ramp up efforts to make their department more diverse and inclusive.

Spotlight On: The Beckman Lab Management Team

At its core, the Beckman Center is a physical space­—a space that brings scientists together for collaborative, innovative research. 

Two Generous Grants Boost CODEX Imaging Capabilities

Two new grants to Beckman Center service centers expand researchers’ access to highly multiplexed tissue imaging.

A Letter From Lucy Shapiro, Ph.D., Director of the Beckman Center

The pandemic years, which began in early 2020 as a result of the SARS-CoV-2 virus, have been some of the most difficult for the Beckman Center since its inception in 1989. Laboratory work was curtailed, service centers were closed, and dissertations were postponed. 

Beckman Service Centers in the Time of COVID-19

A willingness to try completely new ways of doing things helped the Beckman Service Centers continue to support researchers.

Beckman Center Awards Seed Funding to Five Projects

The Beckman Center for Molecular and Genetic Medicine recently awarded nearly $1.1 million in Technology Development Grants to five teams of investigators.