September - Ally Morrissey received the LCOM Student Research Showcase award for the Junior Division. Congratulations!
August - John received the CMB Director's Award "In recognition of extraordinary dedication to the CMB program by a faculty member." Thank you to Dr. Matt Poynter for the honor!
July - Ally Morrissey completed her Phase II exam with flying colors! She is officially a PhD candidate.
April - Erinn Wagner received a SURF Award (https://www.uvm.edu/four/internal-undergraduate-research-funding) for undergraduate research in the lab this summer! She will be working on hitchhiking in mammalian cells.
March - Amila Semic (CMB PhD student) joined us for a rotation! She will be working on LRRK2.
January - Christian Arnsten (Neuroscience PhD student) is currently rotating in the lab. Welcome!
MMG Honors College Undergraduate Student Madison Fountain joined the lab and will be working on Aspergillus and intracellular motility.
November - Congrats to Sarah for First Place Poster Presentation at our MPBP Department retreat at the Von Trapp Family Lodge in Stowe, VT.
Congratulations to Ally for being awarded runner-up in the Graduate Student Research Showcase!
May - CMB graduate student Ally Morrissey has officially joined the lab!
April - Bianca Labuschagne received the SURF Award (https://www.uvm.edu/four/internal-undergraduate-research-funding) to perform research in the lab this summer.
March - CMB student Ally Morrissey started rotating in the lab. She will be working on LRRK2's role in neurons. Welcome!
Erinn Wagner joined the lab as an undergraduate researcher. She will be working on a mutagenesis screen in Aspergillus.
January - Our spinning disk CSU-X1 confocal has been installed and ready to go!
Bianca Labuschagne joined the lab as an undergraduate researcher! She will be working on adaptor-mediated transport of dynein.
November - Sarah Abeling joined the lab as a research technician. Welcome Sarah!
October - Bellana Driscoll will be writing an undergraduate honors college thesis in the lab! She will work on molecular mechanisms of microtubule-based transport in Aspergillus.
August - The Salogiannis Lab opened its doors at the Larner College of Medicine at the University of Vermont!