Amanda Moawad joined the lab as a graduate student. Amanda is a member of the Curriculum in Neurobiology graduate program. Welcome.
Author Archives: Stephen Crews
Joe Pearson and Stephen Crews published an article in the journal Developmental Biology entitled “Enhancer diversity and the control of a simple pattern of Drosophila CNS midline cell expression”. Congratulations to Joe. This paper examines the structure and function of … Continued
Tally, ex-Crews lab research technician, was accepted to medical school at the University of Miami. Congratulations and good luck; we are very proud.
Nicole Umberger joins the lab as a postdoctoral research fellow. Nicole obtained her PhD in mammalian developmental neuroscience with Dr. Tamara Caspary at Emory University.
Joe Pearson and Stephen Crews are co-authors on a collaborative study with the labs of Chris Doe (HHMI/Oregon), Hanchuan Peng (HHMI/JRC), and Eugene Myers (HHMI/JRC) entitled “Atlas-builder software and the eNeuro atlas: resources for developmental biology and neuroscience” and published … Continued
The lab welcomes a new postdoctoral research fellow, Yizhuo Zhou. Yizhuo recently was awarded her PhD in Cell Biology from the Shanghai Institutes for Biological Sciences. Yizhuo’s graduate work involved the role of Nanog in suppressing cell migration.
The paper by Pearson and Crews “Twine: display and analysis of cis-regulatory modules” was published in the journal Bioinformatics. This paper describes a computer program created by Joe Pearson for displaying and analyzing gene enhancers or cis-regulatory modules. This program … Continued
Joseph Fontana, former postdoctoral fellow, begins a position as a research scientist at BASF in Research Triangle Park, NC. Congratulations to Joe on his new position.
Joseph Watson, former postdoctoral fellow, begins a position at Rho, a Chapel Hill-based contract research organization. Best wishes to Joseph for a productive career at Rho.
The paper by Manning et al. “A resource for manipulating gene expression and analyzing cis-regulatory modules in the Drosophila CNS” was published in Cell Reports. This paper was a collaboration with the labs of Chris Doe (Oregon/HHMI) and Gerry Rubin … Continued