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The Laboratory has been home to many scientists in fields ranging from genetics to neuroscience to bioinformatics. As a visiting or resident researcher at CSHL, what experiences are your most memorable?
The work of the dedicated laboratory staff has been essential to enable the institution's success and to provide support to the scientific researchers. Please share recollections about your life and work as part of the staff at CSHL.
The Watson School of Biological Sciences was created in 1999 and graduated its first doctor in 2003. The school boasts an entering class of less than twenty and an intense four-year graduate program. What stories can you recount about your student days at the laboratory?
Scientists, scholars, historians, students and community members are continuously traversing the CSHL grounds to work in a lab, research in the archives, attend a concert or bike to the beach. When did you visit the lab? What are your special memories of the people you encountered?
As science research advances and the laboratory expands, the CSHL Board of Trustees, are behind the scenes making scrupulous decisions and innovative solutions to enable such progress. What are your recollections as a member of the Board? What were the most significant events that occured during your term?
Dr. Bashford Dean led the first course at Cold Spring Harbor in 1890, but the modern era began in 1945 with the Phage course, established by Max Delbrück and Salvador Luria. The Courses have had an enormous impact on research, introducing thousands of scientists to new topics. What courses did you participate in and how were they memorable?
Reginald Harris, then Director of the Biological Laboratory, initiated the first Symposium in 1933. Today over 8,000 scientists come to the laboratory each year to attend meetings. What special moments do you recall from your participation in or organization of these meetings?
The first symposium was initiated by Reginald Harris, Director of the Biological Laboratory in 1933. There have been 70 distinguished Symposia since then. Which one did you attend?
The Undergraduate Research Program began in 1959 and has introduced generations of students to the world of research. If you were an URP participant, where are you now, what are you doing and how did the URP experience influence your work?

 
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