I'm horrible at updating my own lab website! Sorry to all the people in my lab who have been doing great things.
Saumya - moved on the medical school (2019)
Reyhaneh joined the lab (2019)
Diana moved to a full time lab manager position down the hall (2019)
Dongsheng joined the lab (2020)
Dip published a co-first author paper in Genetics with our collaborators in the Duronio lab at UNC. (Armstrong, Das et al 2020)
Rey received honorable mention on her NSF proposal - congrats Rey!! Not an easy task.
Jack has been accepted to medical school!
Amanda has been accepted to graduate school!
Did I mention we got funding from the NIH and NSF. Thank you! We are very grateful!!
Our first manuscript "Rif1 inhibits replication fork progression and controls DNA copy number in Drosophila" has just been published in eLife! Find it here: https://elifesciences.org/articles/39140
We recently welcomed Diana Balasubramanian as our first postdoc to the lab. Welcome Diana!
We also welcomed our third graduate student, Logan Richards from the IGP program, to the lab. Welcome Logan!!
Back in February we welcomed Souradip Das from the Biosci department as our second graduate student. Expecting great things from you Dip!
While I have been neglecting our lab website, some interesting things have happened. In the last year we have welcome Jack Rong and Amanda Sun to the lab as undergraduate researchers. Welcome Jack and Amanda! We are also happy to have Souradip Das all the way from India as our first BioSci rotation student. Welcome Souradip!
Jackie Hao, a Vanderbilt undergraduate, has joined the lab for the summer and beyond. Welcome Jackie... we're expecting great things!
After a short and productive rotation, Alex Munden from IGP has joined the lab. Alex is now our first official PhD student! Welcome to the lab Alex!
Just after we said goodbye to Mark, we welcomed Alex to the lab. Alex is our second IGP rotator this year. Best of luck in the Blind lab Mark!
This week we welcomed Mark Crowder as our first IGP rotation student. And, wow, what a great first week it has been. Keep up the good work Mark!