Sensory Physiology Labs at Yale

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

Month: April 2014

The courtyard of Sterling Hall of Medicine

SHM inner yard 1

SHM inner yard 3

SHM inner yard 2

Patch Rig II is in its near-complete stage

The Patch Rig II battlestation undergoes rigorous tests is real action. Most of the armament is now in place and fully operational.

Patch Rig 2Thank you, rig commander Eve!

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!

Research-in-Progress seminar at Cell Mol Physiology

Eve has given a wonderful talk on her work during our departmental R.I.P. seminar series.

Eve_seminarEve is fighting off a particularily thorny question. Serious audience! Well handled. Good job Eve!

Keep calm and polish pipettes

Electrode fabrication is no process for the faint-hearted. It’s an arduous task that requires stamina, perseverance, tenacity and binocular vision. Therefore, to keep up the high morale of our biophysicists, we’ve pinned up a redesigned poster classics.

keep-calm-and-polish-pipettes-1This and a custom-designed pipette holder for our CPM-2 microforge.

microforge 1

microforge 2

microforge 3Thank you John Buckley and Andrew Wilkins for design and manufacturing, and Eve for the idea!

Honorable mention from NSF

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

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