The title of Dr. Keeler’s talk was Single-Cell Mass Cytometry Analysis of Somatosensory Development. Congratulations!
Dr. Irene Cheng is now an AAAS Science and Technology Fellow (Health Scientist, Office of Science Policy, National Institute of Health).
Here is a link to her article: http://neurograd.virginia.edu/out-lab-and-hill-makingthecase-aaas
"Cover: The cover, by Irene Cheng et al., is based on the Research Article Temporally restricted death and the role of p75NTR as a survival receptor in the developing sensory nervous system, DOI: 10.1002/dneu.22591."
Congratulations to Lucy Jin, Lucy Rose, Joseph Ephrem, Parks Remcho, Irene Cheng, and Laura Sipe for graduating. Congrats to Lucy Rose on being awarded the Frank W. Finger Research Award! We wish you all good luck in your future adventures!
Congrats to Kenny for presenting at the 34th Annual Richard D. Katz Research Symposium on the "Interactions between TNFR1 and p75NTR in the regulation of axon growth"!
Congrats to Parks and Lucy J for presenting at the Fozdar Symposium for Neuroscience undergraduate research!
Congrats to Lucy for winning third place!
Congrats to Irene and the Lucy's to publishing in Developmental Neurobiology!
Cheng, I., Jin, L., Rose, L. C. and Deppmann, C. D. (2018), Temporally restricted death and the role of p75NTR as a survival receptor in the developing sensory nervous system. Devel Neurobio. doi:10.1002/dneu.22591
Congrats to Dove for winning the prestigous Harrison award!
Best of luck to Kanchana at Harvard! You're going to be amazing, and we're all going to miss you dearly :')
Congrats to Lucy J for presenting at the Beckman Conference in Irvine, California!
Congrats to Parks and Kenny for presenting at the summer research symposium!
Congrats to Austin on receiving the National Research Service Award (NRSA), a 3-year NIH fellowship!
Congrats Sushanth for receiving the Presidential Fellowship!
Congrats to Austin Keeler and Lucy Jin for presenting at the Gordon Research Conference on Neurotrophic Factors in Newport, RI!
Laura presents at the Keystone conference on Neuronal Control of Appetite, Metabolism and Weight in Copenhagen, Denmark!
Best wishes to Allison! You're going to be a wonderful vet.
Congrats to our very own Irene Cheng for helping organize the very successful March for Science event in Charlottesville! See her interview and more on the event in the article below:
Congrats to Parks and Lucy J for presenting at the 2017 Central Virginia Chapter of the Society for Neuroscience Annual Symposium and Poster Session!