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”.
We are glad to welcome Sabine von Schie from U. Leiden, Netherlands to the lab as a masters student!
Food, painting, and yes, drinks at the Tequila Lounge in Redwood City!
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”.
Our manuscript has been accepted!
Ahrends R, Ota A, Kovary KM, Kudo T, Park BO, Teruel MN. (2014). Controlling low rates of cell differentiation through noise and ultra-high feedback. Science 2014 Jun 20;344(6190):1384-9.
Congratulations on being awarded a Stanford Dean’s Postdoctoral Fellowship!
Welcome, Michael Zhao and Kyle Kovary, to the lab as PhD students!
A great way to get to know San Jose!
A big welcome to Karen Tkach and Wenting Yang, new postdocs in the lab!
A big welcome to Zahra Bahrami who has joined the lab as a PhD student!
Balloons destined for Robert Pearce’s office…..
Congratulations to Kyle for his first co-authorship for work he did in a collaboration with Bernie Chu and Tom Wandless! Click here to check out the paper which was published in JBC last week: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24158444
We are happy that our summer Amgen intern, Alex Platero, was awarded a travel scholarship and the opportunity to present the work he did in our lab as an oral presentation at the 2013 Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students (ABRCMS) on Nov. 13-16th in Nashville, Tennesee. You did a great job in the lab this summer, Alex, and we wish you all the best in Nashville!
Congratulations to Robert Ahrends on obtaining an independent group leader position in Systems Biology at the Leibniz Institute in Dortmund, Germany!
Congratulations, Asuka, on being awarded an American Heart Association Postdoctoral Fellowship, as well as an Early Career Investigator Travel Award to the Kern Lipid Conference in Vail, Colorado at the end of July!!
Enjoying California in January!