A warm welcome to Felicity Emerson, our newest graduate student from the BBS Field! And congratulations to Felicity for being awarded the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship!
SET-9 and SET-26 are H3K4me3 readers and play critical roles in germline development and longevity
Wenke successfully defended his thesis on Dec 20, 2017! Congratulations on a job well done!
Wenke started a postdoctoral position at the Buck Institute in April 2018.
Farewell to Mintie as she embarks on the next phase of her career! Also congrats to her on submitting her manuscript ""Adult-specific trimethylation of
histone H3 lysine 4 is prone to dynamic changes with aging in C. elegans
We had a really fun and busy summer! We bid farewell to our summer students Tran and Claire, and our high school teacher intern Arti. And we look forward to a new semester!
We really enjoyed the International C. elegans conference at UCLA and we learnt a ton!
Our lab is busy this summer with so many new faces! Lots of learning and energy!
Thank you to all the mentors (Amaresh, Cheng-Lin, Wenke) for making this possible!
Congratulations to Wenke! His paper "SET-9 and SET-26, the C. elegans homologs of human MLL5, are critical for germline development and longevity" is submitted. Good luck with the review process!
Congratulations to Ella! Her paper is accepted to Aging Cell. A big thank you to everyone who has contributed!