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Chimpanzee adipocytes cultured with fluorescent dyes to track sub cellular location of metabolites (purple and teal) and mitochondria (yellow). Photo credit: Sasha Makohon-Moore.
• Andrew starts rotation project in the lab on repeat family expansion in sea urchin genomes
• Devi is awarded seed grant from TRICEM (Triangle Center for Evolutionary Medicine) for pilot study on functional nucleotide substitutions in primate regulatory elements
• AJ wins Regeneration Next Travel Grant for presenting his work on single cell RNAseq on sea urchin embryo development and regeneration
• Evolution and Development sea urchin grant awarded from NSF
• Valerie, AJ, and Hannah pass their preliminary examination
• Sasha and Allison defend their theses
• Phil publishes paper on maternal egg provisioning in Evolution and Development
• Lili visits lab from Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences
• AJ and Hannah receive NSF GRFP
• Hannah, AJ, Valerie and Jane join the lab
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