Art is an essential part of science. And for Nick Navin, Ph.D., it’s a succinct way to share important scientific discoveries.
“Art is how we communicate information, how we visualize data,” says Navin, chair of Systems Biology.
Back when he was a graduate student in Molecular Genetics at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory and Stony Brook University, Navin developed some of the first single-cell sequencing methods.
Amidst the excitement of heading back to school, football season and pumpkin spice-flavored everything, it is easy to forget that fall is also the recommended time for several vaccines.
This year, it seems like there are more vaccine recommendations than ever before, including an updated COVID-19 vaccine, the 2023 flu shot and a newly approved vaccine against the respiratory syncytial virus (RSV.)
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