Neydis wrote a very nice News&Views which is now online at Nature Biotechnology
Cameron’s research was featured in the UW Madison College of Engineering news! Congratulations Cameron!
Stephanie’s project “Mechanisms of dispersion from fungal biofilms received an American Cancer Society IRG pilot grant!
We are thrilled to collaborate with the Gasch Laboratory on their recently funded NSF proposal “Elucidating Dynamics and Heterogeneity in the Yeast Stress Response”. Congratulations!
Kieran Sweeney received a predoctoral traineeship from the Genomic Sciences Training Program. Congratulations Kieran!
Taylor Scott received a highly competitive Graduate Research Fellowship from the National Science Foundation. Congratulations Taylor!
Cameron’s article “Design and Implementation of an Automated Illuminating, Culturing, and Sampling System for Microbial Optogenetic Applications” is published in JOVE. Congratulations Cameron!
Kieran received summer funding support from the Genomic Sciences Training Program. Congratulations Kieran!
Taylor Scott has been selected to receive a Genomic Sciences Training Program predoctoral traineeship. The award will include stipend and tuition support through NIH grant 5T32HG002760. Congratulations Taylor!
Stephen Early, in partnership with the the Goodman Community Center in Madison, WI, has been awarded a 2016-17 Wisconsin Idea Fellowship! Read more about this competitive award and Stephen’s project here.
The annual microfluidics bootcamp was a success. Michael Patel completed the course as a student, while Megan McClean served as an instructor.
Megan McClean was one of ten recipients of a Career Award at the Scientific Interface from the Burroughs Wellcome Fund. Awards are given to early career researchers working at the interface of the physical and …
Anjali’s senior thesis won the QCB Thesis Prize and the Molecular Biology Department’s award for excellence! Congratulations Anjali! She is off to bigger and better things and we will miss her!