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Ekasit Sonpho, a Fulbright Scholar from Mahidol University in Thailand has arrived to do research in the lab for 6 months.
Elizabeth Duncan is moving to the University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky as an Assistant Professor of Biology.
An Publishes Prospectively Isolated Tetraspanin Neoblasts Are Adult Pluripotent Stem Cells Underlying Planaria Regeneration.
Long Publishes An adaptable chromosome preparation methodology for use in invertebrate research organisms.
Published: Cellular, ultrastructural and molecular analyses of epidermal cell development in the planarian Schmidtea mediterranea.
Organizing muscles and patterning organs during regeneration. Read Carrie Adler’s work soon to appear in Developmental Biology and deposited in bioRxiv.
Learn regeneration hands on using planarians. Read Alice Accorsi’s work in the American Biology Teacher.
Kai Lei’s demonstration of asymmetric stem cell division in planarians has been published in Developental Cell
Chris Arnold’s work demonstrating a role for the microbiome in animal regeneration is now available in eLife
Beth Duncan’s analysis of SET1 and MLL1/2 in regulating stem cell gene expression is out in Cell Reports
Kim Tu’s work on the diversity and specialization of epidermal cell type progenitors is published in eLife.
Hanh’s groundbreaking work on the functional and structural homology of the planarian and vertebrate excretory system units published online at eLife
Congratulations Carrie, newest faculty member in the Department of Molecular Medicine at Cornell University!
Sofia Robb’s work on histone modifiers has been published in Current Topics in Developmental Biology.
North American Planaria Meeting held in Kansas City, Missouri at the Stowers Institute, hosted by the Sànchez Lab.
Our work on transplantation and irradiation methods for use in planarians has been published in the Journal of Visualized Experiments (JoVE).
Our work on the role of the TORC1 in planarian cell proliferation and death has been published in Developmental Biology.
Planarian study supports an ancient evolutionary origin of the mitochondrial apoptosis pathway. Read the PNAS article.
Graduate Student Hanh Vu won “Best Poster Presentation Award” at the 9th VEF Annual Fellows and Scholars Conference, Louisiana State University, Shreveport, Louisiana.
Graduate Student Sofia Robb has joined the lab of Jason Stajich at University of California, Riverside as a Post-doctoral Scientist.
De novo assembly and validation of planaria transcriptome by massive parallel sequencing and shotgun proteomics” has been published in Genome Research.
Post-doctoral Scientist Jochen C. Rink has become a Group Leader at the Max Planck Institute of Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics in Dresden, Germany.
Eric Ross opened this year’s NPR Weekend’s Edition On-Air Puzzler presented by The New York Times cross-word puzzle editor Will Shortz.
Post-doctoral Scientist Kyle Gurley has joined the University of Pittsburgh as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Biological Sciences.
Post-doctoral Scientist Jason Pellettieri has joined Keene State College as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Biology.
Post-doctoral Scientist Bret Pearson has joined the University of Toronto as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Molecular Genetics and as a Scientist in the Program in Developmental and Stem Cell Biology at the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto, Canada.
Cell death and tissue remodeling studies during planarian regeneration published in Developmental Biology.
Hara Kang successfully defended her Ph.D thesis: Cell cycle, fate, stem cells and the planarian Schmidtea mediterranea
Our assessment of stem cells, tumor suppression and regeneration has recently appeared in Cold Spring Harbor’s Symposia in Quantitative Biology.
Graduate student Otto Guedelheofer won best poster competition during the NSF-sponsored “Frontiers in Developmental Biology” course in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
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