The Weinberg Lab was established at UCSF in September 2013 through the Sandler Fellows Program. Our lab is taking a multidisciplinary approach to understand the molecular basis of translational control and the interplay between translation and mRNA decay. More generally, we are interested in the diverse mechanisms of gene regulation that operate at the post-transcriptional level. Please see the "People" section of the website to find out more about what we're up to!
We are always looking for talented graduate students and postdoctoral fellows to join the lab. For more information about possible projects or rotations, please contact David (David.Weinberg [at] ucsf.edu).
May 2, 2016: Ankita Arora is the newest Postdoctoral Scholar to join the lab.
February 4, 2016: Soufiane Aboulhouda is accepted into the Harvard BBS PhD Program and will be starting there in the fall. Congratulations!
September 15, 2015: Congratulations to Bettie Osuna on being selected as a Moritz‐Heyman Discovery Fellow in the Graduate Division at UCSF.
August 3, 2015: Rachael Di Santo is chosen to receive a UCSF Postdoctoral Teaching Fellowship. Congratulations, Rachael!
May 27, 2015: Michael Swift begins his summer research in the lab as part of the UCSF Summer Research Training Program.
April 30, 2015: Bettie Osuna passes her qualifying exam and officially becomes a PhD candidate in the UCSF Tetrad Program - congrats!
August 15, 2014: Gabriel Therizols joins the lab as a Postdoctoral Scholar.
July 14, 2014: Rachael Di Santo becomes the second Postdoctoral Scholar to join the lab.
June 18, 2014: Bettie Osuna joins the lab as a joint PhD student with Adam Frost.
June 7, 2014: David Weinberg attends the 19th Annual Meeting of the RNA Society in Québec City, Canada, to receive The RNA Society/Scaringe Young Scientist Award.
June 2, 2014: Ankit Agrawal joins as the first Postdoctoral Scholar in the lab.
November 1, 2013: Soufiane Aboulhouda joins the lab as a Junior Specialist.
Our lab is affiliated with the UCSF Department of Cellular and Molecular Pharmacology. We are funded by the UCSF Sandler Fellows Program, which is supported by the Program for Breakthrough Biomedical Research, and the National Institutes of Health.