Pam Silver

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I am a professor in the [http://sysbio.med.harvard.edu/ Department of Systems Biology at Harvard Medical School].  I am also the Director of the newly formed [http://sysbio.med.harvard.edu/phd/index.html Harvard University Program in Systems Biology].  I am interested in lots of things and am also involved in a number of educational efforts including co-leading the [http://karma.med.harvard.edu/wiki/Main_Page Harvard iGEM team] last year and in Summer 06.  
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I am a professor in the [http://sysbio.med.harvard.edu/ Department of Systems Biology at Harvard Medical School].  I am also the Director of the [http://sysbio.med.harvard.edu/phd/index.html Harvard University Program in Systems Biology].  I am interested in lots of things and am also involved in a number of educational efforts including co-leading the [http://karma.med.harvard.edu/wiki/Main_Page Harvard iGEM team] last year and in Summer 06.  

Revision as of 21:36, 7 June 2006

OUR LAB HAS MOVED - SEE NEW CONTACT INFORMATION BELOW.

I am a professor in the Department of Systems Biology at Harvard Medical School. I am also the Director of the Harvard University Program in Systems Biology. I am interested in lots of things and am also involved in a number of educational efforts including co-leading the Harvard iGEM team last year and in Summer 06.


Our lab has moved to the Department of Systems Biology at Harvard Medical School. Here is my new contact information - be sure to update! You can also visit our new Lab Web Site and for more information about our lab, how to find it, if you are interested in joining the group or requesting a reagent go to Silver Lab at OpenWetWare.

New Contact information:

Pamela Silver

Department of Systems Biology
200 Longwood Ave.
Boston, MA 02115

Tel: 617-432-6401
FAX: 617-432-6405

firstname_lastname~AT~hms.harvard.edu

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