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- Zhang lab at Chlamy conference
- The Zhang lab goes to the International Chlamy conference
- Zhang lab at Chlamy conference, The Zhang lab attended the International Chlamy conference in Washington, DC. , (Collection), (Collection)
- Zhang Lab News
- The Zhang Lab is excited to welcome its next member, James Eckhardt!
- Zhang Lab News, The Zhang Lab is excited to welcome its next member, James Eckhardt! James will be working in the Zhang lab to optimize the use of environmental photobioreactors to better understand the effects of heat stress on Chlamydomonas reinhardtii.
Welcome to the team, James!! , (Collection), (Collection)
- Zhang Lab News
- The Zhang Lab is excited to welcome its next member, Ningning Zhang!
- Zhang Lab News, The Zhang Lab is excited to welcome its next member, Ningning Zhang! Ningning will be joining to help us study how photosynthetic cells sense and respond to heat stresses. Welcome to the team, Ningning!! , (Collection), (Collection)
- Zhang Lab Happy Hour
- Zhang Lab hosts first Happy Hour
- Zhang Lab Happy Hour, The Zhang Lab hosted its first Happy Hour at the Danforth Center as a way to show our appreciation for all of the help we have been receiving as we start our new lab. We invited the entire faculty and staff at Danforth to join us for food, drinks, and some good conversation. It was great to take a short break from work to mingle with members from all departments at the Danforth Center. We are very thankful for everyone who attended the Happy Hour, and we are especially
- Erin Mattoon joined Zhang lab as PhD student
- The Zhang lab is excited to welcome back our rotating student, Erin Mattoon!
- Erin Mattoon joined Zhang lab as PhD student, WUSTL graduate student Erin Mattoon rotated in the Zhang lab from Nov-Dec in 2017 and then decided to join the Zhang lab for PhD to study algal heat responses. , (Collection), (Collection)
- Erin Mattoon Starts a Rotation in the Zhang Lab
- Welcome to our new rotating graduate student, Erin Mattoon!
- Erin Mattoon Starts a Rotation in the Zhang Lab, The Zhang Lab is excited to welcome its first rotating graduate student, Erin Mattoon. Erin is a graduate student at WashU in the Plant and Microbial Biosciences program. During her time in our lab, she will be working on projects related to our mutant library screens. , (Collection), (Collection)
- James Eckhardt Re-Joins the Zhang Lab
- We're excited to welcome back our Summer REU intern, James Eckhardt!
- James Eckhardt Re-Joins the Zhang Lab,
The Zhang Lab's first Summer REU intern, James Eckhardt, has returned to the lab after graduating Gustavus Adolphus College with a BS in Biology. James will be working as a technician and is excited to learn more about molecular biology techniques. Welcome back, James!, (Collection), (Collection)
- Zhang lab - Outreach - Andrew REU Presentation
- Andrew Paton gives his REU presentation.
- Zhang lab - Outreach - Andrew REU Presentation, Andrew Paton, REU student in the Zhang lab, gave his presentation titled, "Characterization of Heat Stress Response in Green Alga Chlamydomonas reinhardtii" at the Danforth REU Symposium.
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- Zhang Lab is selected for the 2018 Community Science Program
- The Department of Energy Joint Genome Institute (DOE JGI) recently awarded the Zhang Lab sequencing allocations through its Community Science Programs (CSP).
- Zhang Lab is selected for the 2018 Community Science Program, The Zhang Lab is excited to have been awarded sequencing allocations through the Community Science Program (CSP) from Department of Energy Joint Genome Institute (DOE JGI). The focus of the project is to investigate responses to heat stress and day length in photosynthetic cells. Several collaborators will be involved including two labs at the Danforth Center with the Umen Lab and the Nusinow Lab.
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- Zhang Lab Adds Its First Member
- Will McHargue joins the Zhang Lab as a lab technician. The Zhang Lab is excited to welcome its first employee!
- Zhang Lab Adds Its First Member, The Zhang Lab added its first member, Will McHargue, who, in developing bioinformatics pipelines to process the big datasets that the Zhang Lab will be generating. We are happy to welcome Will to the Zhang Lab and to the Danforth Family! , (Collection, REU Program where he worked in Doug Allen's Lab investigation carbon fixation pathways in soybeans, at the Danforth Center. In addition to working as a lab technician, Will is going to serve as the lab