Evan gave a great RIP talk in Physiology! (You dont’ know yet who’s on the photo, there is a cryptic puzzle game below).
Cryptic puzzle: Find Evan!
(A hint: this is Evan):
You may have noticed a rare recursive illusion: Evan is eating a pizza while watching Evan giving a seminar. Only in Slav and Elena’s labs!
Slav went to Japan to do some important things:
He sang a songand met a ducka very special duck!
This time it’s a R.I.P. seminar of the INP program.
Sasha is guarding the pizza.
Jenny gave talk at Yale Neuroscience R.I.P. seminar, after just a couple of months in Elena’s lab.
Great job, Jenny!
Annual departmental retreat on Yale West Campus! Organized by Slav and Elena.
Lydia and Jon.
Posters! Evan and Biff Forbush.
Willem (won the Best Poster Award!) and Joe Santos-Sacchi.
Guiseppe (Nancy Carrasco lab) and Marco.
Vanessa and Elena.
Viktor and Jean-Ju Chung.
Slav and Larry Cohen.
As per rules of the Labs, lab members must be properly fed…
Slav and Willem went to the Gordon Research Seminar and Conference on ion channels at Mt. Holyoke college.
Serious people came to present some serious science. Willem’s talk was voted best at the Seminar and he had to present it again during the last day of the Conference.
A very New England treat.Many thanks to Emily Liman and Chris Ahern for organizing the meeting!
Eve went all the way to Uruguay to give a talk on mechanosensitivity at the Neuroethology meeting.
Our postdocs go to best conferences!
(Find) Evan, Slav and Lydia at Biophys 2016 in LA!
Lydia gave a seminar at the INP Student Research Talk. Great job, Lydia!
Jon Matson gave an invited seminar at his Alma mater at U-Southern Connecticut. Well done, Jon!
Today it was Lydia’s turn to give a Research-in-Progress seminar in the Neuroscience program.
Undeterred by a pizza delivery right in the middle of her talk, Lydia stayed the course gave one of the best INP R.I.P.s! Great job!
The cryptic puzzle Evan drew on the board was instrumental in conveying the essence of his research to the audience. Superbly done, Evan!
Marco, Vanessa, Karen
Eve is explaining the sense of touch to Art Horwich
Thanks to Susumu and Daniel for organizing the retreat!
Slav and Elena gave talks; Eve and Vanessa presented posters at the Sense2Synapse conference at NYU.
Thank you Ana, Tobi and Zeke for organizing the meeting!
Eve Schneider has been selected to give a prestigious SPiNES Seminar at NYU on her work on mechanoreception in the duck bill.
Great job, Eve! Congratulations!
Elena gave a seminar at the the Yale Center for Neuroscience and Regeneration Research.
Stephen, Sulayman, Mark and all the members of the group: thank you for hosting us and for the great discussion after the seminar!
Willem gave a wonderful talk today at the Departmental R.I.P. seminar series.
Willem is showing the audience the hands that did most of the experiments.
Great job, Willem!
Eve has given a wonderful talk on her work during our departmental R.I.P. seminar series.
Eve is fighting off a particularily thorny question. Serious audience! Well handled. Good job Eve!
Willem has received an award for best poster presentation!