Jenny Woodard, undergraduate researcher, presented her research at the Triangle Undergraduate Research Symposium at Duke University.
Kristin Benjamin, ex-undergrad, was featured in Carolina Research for her work on Drosophila Single-minded. Kristin currently works in Steve Wasserman’s Drosophila lab at the University of California San Diego.
Paper, The Drosophila dysfusion Basic Helix-Loop-Helix (bHLH)-PAS Gene Controls Tracheal Fusion and Levels of the Trachealess bHLH-PAS Protein, by Lan Jiang and Stephen Crews on Drosophila dysfusion bHLH-PAS gene published in Molecular and Cellular Biology with cover photo.
Book “PAS Proteins: Sensors and Regulators of Development and Physiology” edited by Stephen Crews is published by Kluwer Academic Press. Buy it.
Stephanie Freer, graduate student, successfully defended her PhD thesis. The title of the thesis was “Regulation and Function of Drosophila single-minded in the Postembryonic Brain”. Congratulations to Stephanie for an outstanding thesis and presentation.