We would like to Congratulate Brianna Peskin for receiving the “Outstanding Paper Award” from Duke’s Developmental and Stem Cell Biology program. Her paper entitled, “Notochordal Signals Establish Phylogenetic Identity of the Teleost Spine” can be viewed here.
Congratulations to Dan on his recent publication in Development! The title of the paper is “Knock-in tagging in zebrafish facilitated by insertion into non-coding regions”. You can check out the paper here: Link
We would like to extend our Congratulations to Meghana Giri, who recently completed her honor’s thesis and graduated with Distinction in Biology! Congratulations to the Class of 2021!
Check out this new Dispatch about our recent publication in Current Biology entitled Evolution: Spinal Innovation Enabled by Genome Duplication!
Congratulations to Bri for her publication in Current Biology! The title of the paper is “Notochordal Signals Establish Phylogenetic Identity of the Teleost Spine” Her article was also featured in an article at SCIENMAG
On June 19th, we, members of the Bagnat lab, celebrate Juneteenth, the day when enslaved people in Texas learned of the Emancipation Proclamation that had been issued by President Lincoln more than two years earlier. We recognize Juneteenth’s message of Continue reading Bagnat lab celebrates Juneteenth
Our study on lysosome rich enterocytes published in Dev Cell (Oct 2019) was presented and featured in JRNLclub. JRNLclub is an online platform where interesting research publications are presented by the researcher themselves (as a form of 10-15 mins presentation) Continue reading Check out our recent publication on LREs in JRNLclub!
Jieun Esther Park earned her PhD degree from the Bagnat Lab as of May 2020! We congratulate her for successfully defending and graduating. Her thesis title was “Investigating the Molecular Mechanisms of Protein Absorption in the Vertebrate Gut by Lysosome Continue reading Congratulations to Esther for graduating!