Congratulations to our alumni Nicole Lester and Rachel Paul for matching with their #1 choices for Genetic Counseling MS programs! Nicole graduated from Temple University in 2014, and her undergraduate research was on testing human enhancers in zebrafish, while Rachel is a 2017 graduate who worked on fli1a/fli1b double mutants.
Viktorija Grajevskaja has successfully defended her doctoral thesis at Vilnius University. Well done!
Lenny's paper was published this week in Scientific Reports: http://www.nature.com/articles/srep36986. Congrats!
A shout-out to two of Temple's outstanding undergrads and co-authors on the paper: Karen Zhang and Tristan Bonawitz. Tristan scored a URP Best Poster award along the way :-)
Belated congratulations to Robert Kwait who graduated in 2015 and received the Nina W. Hillman Memorial Award for academic and research excellence!
Several of us attended the 2014 Mid-Atlantic SDB meeting at Johns Hopkins University. What a great meeting!
Graduate student Viktorija Grajevskaja gave a short talk of the role of tbx5a in cardiac regeneration, while undergrads Peter Jacoby and Nicole Lester presented posters. Peter's poster was the runner-up for the the best poster by an undergrad. Congratulations!!!
Congrats to Peter Jacoby, Nicole Lester and Aaron Ungar - our 2014 graduates! Best of luck in your future endeavours.
Congratulations to all our graduates!
Lenny Burg, Elizabeth Fedak, Pegah Safabakhsh, Kathrine Silkaitis and Kate Slovik!
We wish you all the best in your diverse career paths! It was a true delight having you in the lab.