Ala Shaqra has been named the 2013-2014 Outstanding MCB TA in recognition of his outstanding contributions, professional dedication to inspiring student learning and commitment to education. Congratulations to Ala on his notable accomplishments!
Highlights include: John Malone’s discussion of his use of frogs to examine the effects of gene dosage on development and Barbara Mellone’s new NIH-funded project examining the earliest events in centromere recognition in Drosophila. Click here view the full article.
Hands on training on state-of-the-art instruments through short, intense modular training courses. This summer we will be offering 5 modules. In the intermediate and advanced modules, students will be trained on next generation sequencing instruments, the Illumina MiSeq and the Ion Torrent Proton. In the “Characterization of Microbial Communities” module, each student will sequence and […]
Patrick J. Lenehan ’15 (CLAS), an honors student from Cheshire, Conn., is currently conducting research with Barbara Mellone, assistant professor of molecular and cell biology, on proteins and the formation of centromeres and kinetochores in Drosophila. He has also worked in the lab of Rajeswari Kasi, associate professor of chemistry, investigating the use of high-molecular […]