These are very important members of the lab who have now moved on to work on new projects and adventures.
Dan has left the lab to pursue postdoctoral studies in the lab of Dr. Steve Farber at the Carnegie Institution for Science, Dept. of Embryology.
Prostaglandins regulate Fascin to control both actin cytoskeletal dynamics and nucleolar structure
Chris is currently a postdoctoral fellow in the lab of Windebank Lab at the Mayo Clinic
Prostaglandins temporally regulate actin dynamices
Andrew is currently a postdoctoral fellow in the Peifer Lab at University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Prostaglandin regulation of nuclear actin
Dylane has left the lab to pursue a Master’s in Genetic Counseling at Arcadia University
Emma has contributed to the lab’s studies on nuclear actin and is beginning to work with Michelle Giedt to study the interplay between prostaglandins, lipid droplets, and actin.
Kelsey worked with Maureen Lamb to study Fascin in border cell migration. She just graduated from UIowa (May 2019) and is heading to France to teach English for a year.
Jaycee is currently pursuing a PharmD degree at the University of Iowa
Noramalina Munira Mohd Nazri
Sweta was a high school student that initially joined the lab through the SSTP program in 2014. She continued in the lab and assisted with our initial studies on nuclear actin during Drosophila oogenesis. In particular, she contributed to our studies on GFP-Actin induced nuclear actin rods.
Sweta is currently pursuing her undergraduate degree at Johns Hopkins University! She is graduating May 2019 and is taking a year to perform research before heading to medical school.