Almost the whole lab attended the local ASCB Triangle Cytoskeleton meeting. Laura, Sampada, Chris, and Elliot presented posters, and Chris won a poster award. Stephanie talked about Laura McCormick’s beautiful thesis work
Laura presented her lovely thesis work at the CSHL Meeting Molecular Mechanisms of Neuronal Connectivity
Stephanie attends the Neural Development GRC in New Port Rhode Island and talks about Laura McCormick’s beautiful thesis work
Stephanie attends the Dynamics of Cell Polarity GRC in New London New Hampshire and talks about Laura McCormick’s beautiful thesis work
Stephanie speaks at the annual meeting of the Indian Academy of Neuroscience in Symposium III: Cytoskeletal and Membrane Adaptations in Neurons, hosted by Arnaub Ghose.
The Gupton lab started ramping down our lab work the second week of March, and shuttered our doors on March 17th to socially isolate and slow the spread of coronavirus. We donated all our available PPE and while we miss the lab, we are happy to do our small part in this battle. We have plenty of writing and data analysis to do at home. See you soon lab!
- Stephanie presents on new functions of TRIM67 in filopodial regulation at the Motile and Contractile Systems Gordon Research conference in New London, NH.
Clare Waterman, Stephanie’s PhD advisor, was recently inducted to the National Academy of Sciences! Stephanie went to celebrate Clare’s awesome accomplishments and science at a special symposium, Watermanfest, held at the NIH.