Regina Agulto, Natalie Sahabandu, and Kailea Wiese represent the MOM Lab at SACNAS and are featured in Vice Chancellor Renetta Tull’s Twitter Post: https://twitter.com/renetta_tull/status/1585762505892184067?s=46&t=3lonjS-8HO1gI_LUO1AGTg
Regina has been awarded a SACNAS travel award to present her work on the doublecortin family of proteins at this incredible conference in October 2022.
Tracy presented her exciting work on the Biochemical Dissection of the Microtubule-Associated Protein, MAP1B at the EMBO Microtubule Symposium in Heidelberg Germany in May 2022.
Congratulations Roilea for being awarded the Dean’s Mentorship Award for her dedication to training the next generation of scientists!
Congratulations Regina for receiving the Barbara Horwitz and John Horowitz MCIP Award for her incredible research on the doublecortin family of proteins!
Congratulations to Roilea and Kailea who jointly received the Sharon Gray Award to travel to the Drosophila Research Conference in San Diego in April 2022 to present their amazing work on Inducing Tau Pathology in Drosophila.
Congratulations Regina for receiving the prestigious Loren D. Carlson Prize in Physiology for her research in the Ori-McKenney lab!
Congratulations Brigette and Tracy and everyone else who contributed to this piece of work!
The Pew has announced its 2018 class of scholars. I’m so excited to be in the company of these great minds! Congratulations to Enfu Hui as well, one of the best biochemists I know! Also, see the UC Davis press
Congratulations Brigette! You can read Brigette’s paper in Nature Communications. Now for the rest of the MAP code. . .