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==Welcome to the Rice Lab!==
==Welcome to the Rice Lab!==
This is the homepage for the laboratory of Sarah Rice, Ph.D. of the [http://www.cmb.northwestern.edu/ Department of Cell and Molecular Biology] at [http://www.northwestern.edu Northwestern University].  
This is the homepage for the laboratory of Sarah Rice, Ph.D. of the [http://www.cmb.northwestern.edu/ Department of Cell and Molecular Biology] at [http://www.northwestern.edu Northwestern University].  

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A kinesin motor carrying cargo along a microtubule. Still taken from 1.
A kinesin motor carrying cargo along a microtubule. Still taken from 1.

Welcome to the Rice Lab!

This is the homepage for the laboratory of Sarah Rice, Ph.D. of the Department of Cell and Molecular Biology at Northwestern University.

Graduate students in the Rice Lab enter through the Integrated Graduate Program in the Life Sciences or the Interdepartmental Biological Sciences Graduate Program. Those interested in applying as postdoctoral fellows should contact Dr. Rice directly.

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