A collaborative study with the Pat Gallagher lab is published!
Glogowska E, Schneider E, Maksimova Y, Schulz V, Lezon-Geyda K, Wu J, Radhakrishnan K, Keel S, Mahoney D, Freidman A, Altura R, Gracheva E, Bagriantsev S, Kalfa T, Gallagher P.
Novel mechanisms of PIEZO1 dysfunction in Hereditary Xerocytosis. 2017 (e-pub 7/17/17). Blood
Viktor’s lecture on the sense of touch from our 5-day course on sensory physiology for mid- and high-school students.
More Sensory Physiology Club videos.
Elena’ lab has moved to a new home in Sterling Hall of Medicine.
Brand new benches! Moving in (find Evan).
Welcome to the new home of the Gracheva Lab!
Viktor Feketa receives a James Hudson Brown – Alexander B. Coxe postdocotoral fellowship. Congratulations, Viktor!
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!
A review on Piezo2 in vertebrate mechanoreception in vertebrates is out!
Finding Evan takes on a new meaning…
Anderson EO, Schneider ER, Bagriantsev SN.
Piezo2 in cutaneous and proprioceptive mechanotransduction in vertebrates. (Piezo channels) 2017, 79: 197-217. Curr Top Membr
Willem Laursen has got his PhD in Elena’ lab in just 4 years and now leaves to start a postdoc in Brandeis University.
Good luck, Dr. Laursen!
Marco is giving a pizza master class
Slav went to Japan to do some important things:
He sang a song
and met a duck a very special duck!
recent paper has been highlighted on the PNAS website!
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!
It’s time for another committee meeting for Lydia. Before the meeting:
…and after: Great progress, Lydia! Epistemology of PhD-ing continues…
Willem Laursen defends his thesis after just 3.5 years in Elena’s lab.
Defense, Part I
Defense, Part II
Defense committee: Fred Sigworth, Michael Caplan, John Carlson
Congratulations, Dr. Laursen!
Our paper on TRPV1 from heat-resistant animals is out in PNAS!
Laursen WJ, Schneider ER, Merriman DK, Bagriantsev SN, Gracheva EO. Low-cost functional plasticity of TRPV1 supports heat tolerance in squirrels and camels. PNAS 2016, 113(40): 11342-47.
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.
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!
A five-day Sensory Physiology Club for a group of kids from the Greater New Haven area.
Slav Lab, Elena Lab (extended edition).
Finding Evan has never been easier. Before the meeting: