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Keystone Diabetes/Obesity/Adipose Tissue Symposium

Devon, Stefan, and Mary attended the Keystone Diabetes/Obesity/AdiposeTissue Symposium in Keystone, Colorado from January 22-26, 2017. Devon and Stefan presented posters, and Mary gave a talk. It was great meeting scientifically and also we were fortunate to be there when Colorado had record snowfall and awesome ski conditions!

UCSF seminar

Mary gave a seminar at the UCSF Mission Bay Campus on Jan 11th. Thank you, Leor Weinberger and Katie Pollard, for a very interesting visit and for being great hosts!

NIH/NIDDK Adipose Tissue Niche Workshop

Mary gave a talk at the NIH/NIDDK Adipose Tissue Niche Workshop, Nov. 29-30, 2016 in Bethesda, MD. Congratulations to Zahra and Michael whose project “A circadian signaling code restricts the rate of cell differentiation” is designated a “Hot Topic” at the workshop!

ASCB Meeting, San Francisco

Kyle, Michael, and Ewa present posters at the American Society of Cell Biology (ASCB) Meeting on Dec. 4-7, 2016.

Congratulations, Stefan!

Congratulations, Stefan, on being awarded a German Research Foundation (DFG) Postdoctoral Fellowship!

Welcome, Brooks!

We are happy to welcome Brooks Taylor from UCSD Bioengineering to the lab as a new postdoctoral fellow!

Welcome, Ewa!

We are happy to welcome Ewa Bielczyk-Maczynska from the University of Cambridge to the lab as a new postdoctoral fellow!

Congratulations, Devon!

Congratulations, Devon, on being awarded an American Heart Association Postdoctoral Fellowship!

Welcome, Prat!

We are glad to have Prat Gupta join the lab as a new postdoc from University of Calgary, Canada!

Welcome, Stefan!

Stefan Tholen from the University of Freiburg in Germany joins the lab as a postdoctoral fellow!

Welcome, Devon!

We are glad to have Devon Hunerdosse join the lab as a new postdoc from UC Berkeley!

Congratulations, Asuka, Kyle, Olivia, and Robert!

Congratulations to Asuka, Kyle, Olivia, and Robert on the acceptance of their manuscript “Using SRM mass spectrometry to profile nuclear protein abundance differences between adipose tissue depots of insulin resistant mice” for publication in Journal of Lipid Research! Great job, and many thanks to our collaborators in the Kraemer and Feldman labs!

Congratulations, Michael!

Congratulations to Michael Zhao for winning 2nd place out of 104 posters at the Stanford BioX Interdisciplinary Initiatives Symposium on February 25, 2015! Michael’s poster was entitled “Understanding the link between proliferation and differentiation during adipogenesis”.

Welcome, Sabine!

We are glad to welcome Sabine von Schie from U. Leiden, Netherlands to the lab as a masters student!

Paint Nite!

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Food, painting, and yes, drinks at the Tequila Lounge in Redwood City!

 

Congratulations, Asuka and Kyle!

Congratulations to Asuka and Kyle for winning first and third place, respectively, in the poster competition out of 60 posters at the Eleventh International Symposium on Mass Spectrometry in the Health and Live Science held on August 17-21, 2014 in San Francisco.  Asuka won first place for her poster on “Using SRM mass spectrometry to quantify nuclear protein abundance differences between adipose tissue of insulin-resistant mice” and Kyle won third place for his poster on “Single cell proteomics of the cell cycle”.

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