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An Intern's Journey
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Andrew Mutka came to the Danforth Center as an intern in the Center’s summer program in 2005. The program exposed Andrew to a rich research environment and the importance of understanding plant development for agriculture.
An Intern's Journey, Andrew Mutka was an undergraduate biology major at Valparaiso University in Indiana and came to the Danforth Center as an intern in the Center’s summer program in 2005. The program exposed Andrew to a rich research environment and the importance of understanding plant, as an intern and his future education goals. “At that moment, I knew I wanted to continue my education, of the techniques and technologies I learned as an intern to this important staple crop.” Trainees like
Intern Projects
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Intern Projects, Home Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Instagram Flickr YouTube RSS About Overview and HistoryOur People Dr. William H. DanforthDr. James C. CarringtonSam FiorelloJohn F. McDonnellBoard of DirectorsScientific Advisory Board Letter from, Intern Projects 2018 Intern Projects To be announced
Intern Career Panel
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Intern Career Panel, Home Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Instagram Flickr YouTube RSS About Overview and HistoryOur People Dr. William H. DanforthDr. James C. CarringtonSam FiorelloJohn F. McDonnellBoard of DirectorsScientific Advisory Board Letter from, Intern Career Panel DATE: FRIDAY, JULY 21, 2017 Time: 3:00 PM (Reception at 5:00 PM
Intern’s Experience Furthers Efforts to Develop More Productive Crops
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Prestigious Goldwater Fellowship Awarded to Danforth Center REU Intern
Intern’s Experience Furthers Efforts to Develop More Productive Crops, Jennifer Wilson, a 2014 summer undergraduate intern in the Pandey Lab at the Danforth Center studied the role of phosphorylation. This process is known to turn certain signaling pathways on and off in regulating G-protein mediated signaling. G-proteins are key signaling proteins and are responsible for controlling important, graduation and continue to do research in plant science. Jenny is the 2nd RUE intern exiting
Student Lab Intern Develops Automated Plant Imaging System
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High school intern was a key player in the Nusinow lab at the Danforth Center over winter break. 
Student Lab Intern Develops Automated Plant Imaging System, High school intern, Allison Tielking spent her winter break working with scientists in the Nusinow lab focused on increased yield through understanding daily and seasonal timing in plants. While Tielking is only a junior in high school at Mary Institute and St. Louis Country Day School, she is already determined to support the advancement of plant science. Since plants grow at different rates at different times of the day, Tielking
Danforth Center Intern Given Botanical Society of America’s 2016 Young Botanist Award
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Congratulations to Rebecca Valls on her recent award!
Danforth Center Intern Given Botanical Society of America’s 2016 Young Botanist Award, Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) intern, Rebecca Valls spent the summer of 2015 working in the Baxter Lab studying the effects of differing pH treatments on the ionome (the mineral nutrient and trace element composition of an organism that represents the inorganic component of cellular and organismal systems) and biomass of chickpeas across different cultivated and wild lines. Studying
Orientation (Library)
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New Staff in the Wang Lab!
https://www.danforthcenter.org/scientists-research/principal-investigators/sam-wang/lab-news/New-Staff-in-the-Wang-Lab!
The Wang Lab is happy to have REU Intern Michelle Tang, NSF REU Intern Allison Saettele, and STARS Intern Layla Foroughi in our lab this summer! We are also happy to have Netiggya Harsh (graduate student) and Melissa Wang working in our lab! Summer 2 ...
New Staff in the Wang Lab!, The Wang Lab is happy to have REU Intern Michelle Tang, NSF REU Intern Allison Saettele, and STARS Intern Layla Foroughi in our lab this summer! We are also happy to have Netiggya Harsh (graduate student) and Melissa Wang working in our lab! Summer 2011 Lab Photo , (Collection), (Collection)
James Eckhardt Re-Joins the Zhang Lab
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We're excited to welcome back out 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)
Congratulations Swarup on Publishing Your First Paper! 04-07-2011
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Swarup publishes his first paper in PLoS one! The author list includes Rhea Thompson, an undergraduate intern in the Pandey lab in 2010. Congratulations everyone! Conventional and novel Gγ protein families constitute the heterotrimeric G-protein si ...
Congratulations Swarup on Publishing Your First Paper! 04-07-2011, Swarup publishes his first paper in PLoS one! The author list includes Rhea Thompson, an undergraduate intern in the Pandey lab in 2010. Congratulations everyone! Conventional and novel Gγ protein families constitute the heterotrimeric G-protein signaling network in soybean. Choudhury SR, Bisht NC, Thompson R, Todorov O, Pandey S. PLoS One. 2011;6(8):e23361. Epub 2011 Aug 10. , (Collection), (Collection)