Best wishes to Celeste Eno as she moves on to the next stage in her career as a Clinical Genetics Fellow at UCLA!
Congratulations to Elaine Welch, PhD, for successfully defending her thesis “Regulation of cytoskeletal dynamics leading to axis induction in the early zebrafish embryo” on May 10th!
Congrats to Elaine Welch for recently being selected to the Genetics Society of America’s Early Career Scientist Career Development Subcommittee! Here’s a great article from GSA about Elaine: http://genestogenomes.org/early-career-scientist-leadership-spotlight-elaine-welch/
Seven of our fantastic undergrads presented their research last night at UW’s Undergraduate Research Poster Session as part of the Intro Bio 152 mentored research course! Check out their posters in our photo gallery!
Check out this great article featuring our recent PhD recipient Drew Hasley! http://news.wisc.edu/a-vision-for-genes-one-of-a-kind-geneticist-snags-ph-d/
Congrats to Celeste for winning this year’s Schlimgen Award, which recognizes exceptional thesis work from recent doctoral graduates in the Genetics Training Program!
Huge congratulations to our latest doctoral graduate, Drew Hasley! He successfully defended his PhD thesis, “Exploring Questions in Early Vertebrate Development Using the Zebrafish (Danio rerio): From Cleavage Patterns to Transcriptomes.”
We are so proud of Celeste Eno for successfully defending her PhD thesis, “Movement of Early Determinants via Cytoskeletal Rearrangements in the Early Zebrafish Embryo.” Congrats Dr. Eno!
Congrats to grad students Christina Hansen & Elaine Welch for being awarded the Stone Travel Award to attend the Society for Developmental Biology Meeting in Boston, MA!
Welcome to our new postdoc, Cara Moravec! She comes to us from the Sirotkin lab at Stonybrook University.