Sensory Physiology Labs at Yale

Collaborative projects between Slav Bagriantsev and Elena Gracheva Laboratories at Yale University

Category: Epistemology of PhD-ing (page 2 of 2)

Evan is the Edward L. Tatum Fellow

Evan Anderson has been selected as the Edward L Tatum Fellow.

Applera Corporation and Yale instituted this fellowship to honor Edward L. Tatum, a distinguished geneticist who was formerly a faculty member at Yale and later received the Nobel Prize. This award recognizes the recipients’ achievements and potential as a scholar and scientist.

This is a great honor for the Labs. Congratulations, Evan!

Thesis prospectus: passed

Congratulations, Willem!

Research-in-Progress Seminar by Willem Laursen

Willem gave a wonderful talk today at the Departmental R.I.P. seminar series.

2014-12-08 Willem talk at RIP

Willem is showing the audience the hands that did most of the experiments.

Great job, Willem!

PhD seekers

2014-10-29 Temeprature review Authors PhotoLydia, Willem, Evan, Slav, Elena.

Lydia Hoffstaetter joins Elena’s Lab

Lydia Hoffstaetter (Yale INP) is now a graduate student in Elena’s Group.

Lydia 2014-08-20 2

Welcome Lydia!

Growing up

Outreach 06-2014Slav, Elena, Willem and Evan. Baseline, ‘threshold’ and the rising phase.

Evan Anderson joins Slav’s Lab

Evan Anderson (Yale M2P2) becomes the first graduate student of Slav’s group. Welcome Evan!

Evan_1Evan is a 2013 Gruber Science Fellow

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The effect of PhD candidacy status…

on the emotional state of a Yale PhD student. A case study. Take Willem Laursen. Here he is in the beginning of the PhD qualification exam:

Willem_exam_1And here is the same Willem Laursen after he learned that he had passed with distinction:

Willem_exam_2Congrats Willem!

Honorable mention from NSF

Willem Laursen’s graduate fellowship application to NSF has been accorded an Honorable Mention!

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Willem Laursen joins Elena’s Lab

Willem Laursen becomes the first graduate student in Elena’s lab.

Welcome Willem!

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