The Poss Lab is hiring! See below for more information and our latest news!
Welcome to the Poss Lab! Our diverse group of post doctoral fellows, graduate students and research associates aim to understand the mechanisms underlying vertebrate tissue regeneration focusing on the heart, spinal cord and major appendages in zebrafish, which possess especially high regenerative capacity.
The Poss and DiTalia Lab would like to congratulate postdoctoral fellow Rocky Diegmiller on his recent Jane Coffin Childs Fellowship award. Congratulations Rocky!
The Poss Lab and DiTalia Lab would like to congratulate postdoctoral fellow Nitya Ramkumar on her NIH K01 award. Congratulations Nitya!
The Poss Lab spent a few days in the NC mountains for a lab retreat. Our first retreat in 7 years, but we will make this a tradition again!
The Poss Lab said farewell to Valentina Cigliola at Motorco before she departed for France to start her new lab at the University of Valrose, Nice.
Congratulations to Poss Lab on their newly published paper in Cell Stem Cell titled “An enhancer-based gene-therapy strategy for spatiotemporal control of cargoes during tissue repair“!
Congratulations to postdoc Valentina Cigliola, who will be starting her new independent lab at Institute of Biology Valrose, University of Cote d’Azur in Nice, France in 2023!!
Congratulations to Fei Sun, our newest PhD recipient!!
Congratulations to postdoc Alessandro De Simone, for starting his new independent lab at Department of Genetics and Evolution at University of Geneva!!
Congratulations to postdoc Mira Pronobis, for receiving a Career Development Award from the American Heart Association!!
Congratulations to John Thompson, PhD!
Congratulations to Anzhi Chen, PhD!
We are thrilled to announce a new society promoting science for tissue regeneration. See writeup with Elly Tanaka in Development and visit isrbio.org. Virtual launch meeting in April -join, see great talks, students and postdocs submit abstracts!