Great news for the Lab from NIGMS: A new R35 MIRA for the lab is funding investigating the role of TRIM proteins in regulating cytoskeletal dynamics and membrane delivery in cell shape change.
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Welcome to Reggie Edwards, BBSP student doing a winter rotation examining exocytosis in developing neurons. Welcome Reggie
Collaborative publication with Burridge and Campbell labs
Fabio and Stephanie assisted Theresa Lee in the publication of her thesis work: Vinculin and metavinculin exhibit distinct effects on focal adhesion properties, cell migration, and mechanotransduction.
Welcome Chris Ho and Shannon Rhoads
The Gupton lab is lucky to have two excellent BBSP rotation students this fall rotation. Welcome to Chris Ho and Shannon Rhoads!
Laura McCormick’s F31!
Great new for Laura McCormick from NINDS: her F31 proposal to study VASP and dendritic spines is funded! Congratulations Laura.
NINDS R01: Exocytosis fuels plasma membrane expansion
Great news for the Lab from NINDS: A new R01 for the lab is funding investigating the fundamentals of exocytosis in developing neurons.
OIST: Developing Neural Circuits
Melissa attends the Developing Neural Circuits course at the Okinawa Institute for Science and Technology (OIST). Stephanie also lectures at the course.
Motile and Contractile Systems
- Stephanie presents on new functions of TRIM67 in filopodial regulation at the Motile and Contractile Systems Gordon Research conference in New London, NH.
Welcome Anna Kim
Anna Kim, an incoming MSTP student at UNC does her first rotation in the lab. Welcome Anna!
Stephanie elected to ASCB council
Stephanie was elected to a three year term to ASCB council, along with Bill Bement, Needhi Bhalla, and Jordan Raff.