Lydia has passed her green-light-for-defense committee meeting!
Sarah gave a terrific talk at INP RIP seminar!
Lydia is presenting her new story at the International Society for Neuroethology Meeting in Brisbane, Australia.
The photo is a little fuzzy, you see, but only because Australia is so far away…
The Award will support Lydia’s travel to the International Congress of Neuroethology in Australia!
Lydia’s award makes it two this year for our students. Congratulations!
Slav and Evan went to 2018 GRC Ion Channels meeting at Mt. Holoyoke College. Great science! Great fun!
Evan wins a Travel Award to attend the 2018 Ion channels GRC conference.
Congratulations to Lydia, who won both the audience-favorite prize as well as the 2nd overall prize for the 3 minute thesis competition!
UPD: a video of Lydia’s presentation is now available.
Evan gave a great RIP talk in Physiology! (You dont’ know yet who’s on the photo, there is a cryptic puzzle game below).
Slav and Willem went to the Gordon Research Seminar and Conference on ion channels at Mt. Holyoke college.
Evan gave a great RIP seminar in Physiology department.
Unfortunately, no photo of this event exists. For those eagerly awaiting the next episode of the cryptic puzzle game “find Evan”, this time the quest will be spiritual.
Neuroday 2015 on Yale West Campus
Super-challenge! Cryptic puzzle!Big thanks to the organizers and especially Carol Russo !
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!
…before and after qualification exams.
A case study: Evan the Tatum Fellow Anderson.
Before the qualification exam:
…and right after passing successfully:
The transformation is striking. We’ve already witnessed such transformation in the case of Willem Laursen.
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!