Stephanie gave a stellar talk entitled “Novel microfluidic and optogenetic tools for studying dispersion of Candida albicans” at the Candida and Candidiasis 2021 Meeting! Congrats Stephanie on being selected for a talk and knocking it …
Megan presented an invited talk entitled “Single-cell measurement and control to unravel yeast gene expression heterogeneity” in the Boston University Systems Biology Seminar series.
Despite the need for a remote conference, the Technologies for Emerging Infectious Diseases track at BMES contained great research. Megan co-chaired a session entitled “Insights into Pathophysiology of Infectious Diseases”. Stephanie Geller also presented her …
Bhuvana Krishnaswamy presented Megan and Bhuvana’s paper entitled “Shining light on molecular communication” at NanoCom 2020.
Megan received a Cellular and Molecular Biology Young Innovator Award at BMES and gave an invited talk entitled ) “Optogenetic repressors of gene expression in yeasts using light-controlled nuclear localization”
The McClean Lab had a great showing at the 30th Fungal Genetics Conference! Stephanie Geller gave a great talk and a poster on her yeast optogenetic tools and Megan gave an invited talked entitled “Single-cell measurement and control …
Megan escaped the polar vortex in Wisconsin to give an invited talk at the 18th Annual Workshop at Bellairs- Single Cell and Massively Parallel Approaches. Great science in a beautiful location. Check out the all-star …
Megan gave a talk entitled “Single-cell Measurement and Control to Unravel Yeast Signaling Networks” and Kieran, Neydis, and Taylor presented posters!
Megan gave the Grainger Early Career Seminar in the College of Engineering at UW.
Megan gave a seminar at the University of Toronto in the Donnelly Centre entitled “Single-cell measurement and control to unravel yeast signaling networks”.
Megan gave a talk at the 11th Annual q-bio conference at Rutgers!
Megan gave an invited talk titled “Elucidating principles of biological signal processing using microfluidic and optogenetic tools” and Neydis gave a lightning talk at the 5th Midwest Q-Bio Symposium. It was a great meeting!
Veronica and Cameron both received travel awards to attend and present lightning talks at the Midwest Q-Bio meeting at Purdue. It was a great meeting!
Megan gave an invited seminar in the Institute for Quantitative Biomedicine at Rutgers: The State University of New Jersey.
Megan gave a selected talk entitled “Robust network structure of the Sln1-Ypd1-Ssk1 three-component phosphorelay prevents unintended activation of the HOG MAPK pathway in Saccharomyces cerevisiae” at the 9th Annual q-Bio Summer Conference in Blacksburg, VA.
Megan presented a poster at the Synthetic Biology: Engineering, Evolution, and Design conference in Boston, MA.
Megan gave an invited talk at the Cell Press Lab Links Seminar Gene Circuits: From Understanding to Engineering in Boston MA. The seminar agenda is located here.
Megan McClean shared the optogenetic control technology at the Princeton Area Yeast Meeting.
Megan McClean gave one of only three selected talks at the Pennsylvania Biophysical Society regional networking meeting at Penn State, University Park. She talked about the optogenetic protein concentration control technology. The talk was well-received …
Megan McClean presented “Real-time light-driven temporal control of gene expression and protein concentration in S. cerevisiae” at the Biophysical Society meeting in Philadelphia, PA.
Megan presented “Real-time light driven temporal control of gene expression and protein concentration in S. cerevisiae” at the American Society for Cell Biology Meeting in San Francisco, California.
Justin Melendez gave a talk entitled “Real-time light-driven temporal control of gene expression and protein concentration in S. cerevisiae” in the “Synthetic Biology: Design, Build, Test” workshop at the Yeast Genetics and Molecular Biology Meeting.