S3RP came to a close last week, time to prepare for the forthcoming semester. Thanks Rebecca and Patrick for your hard work.
See you all in a few weeks.
Rebecca and Patrick had a busy first week of S3RP, and were exceedingly productive. They prepped and sequence verified their guide RNA plasmids, performed the first round of transformations for their DSB induction yeast strains and produced optical density standard curves amongst getting acquainted with many other lab techniques.
It was fun to have Ryan and Lexy around for this first week, too! Great job, team science!
Congratulations to Ryan, Elena and Lexy for a job well done at the Spring poster session. Their posters and accompanying presentations displayed their hard work and scientific achievement.
In a few weeks the Summer Science Scholars Research Program (S3RP) will start. We will dive right into some great science this summer and induce some DNA breaks (sorry cells!). Lexy and I are looking forward to working with them!
Morgan State University recently held their 24th Annual Undergraduate and Graduate Research Symposium on April 13th. Lexy presented her research in the company of such esteemed participants as keynote speaker France Córdova, the director of the National Science Foundation! Great work, Lexy!
Ryan, Elena, Lexy, Dr. Burgess, and Tania do their interpretations of a budding yeast.
Lab Members Fall 2017.