News

8/2015 - Kevin’s paper is accepted in Nature Nanotechnology! Stay tuned!


8/2015 - Daniel Stabley’s much anticipated real-time TIRF nanometry paper is now accepted in Nature Communications! Congratulations!


8/2015 - Dr. Weiwei Zheng moves to Syracuse University to start as an Assistant Professor of Chemistry. Best of Luck! We will miss you!


8/2015 - Lab goes on an extreme zip lining trip. We’ll post some soon.


7/2015 - Congratulation to Dr. Kevin Yehl on an excellent thesis defense!


5/2015 - Carol’s review article is published in Molecular and Cellular Biology!


5/2015 - Yun Zhang wins a best poster prize at the GRC on  Fibronectin, Integrins & Related Molecules in Italy. Nice work!

 

5/2015 - Khalid receives an NIGMS equipment supplement to acquire a multicolor Fluorescence Lifetime Imaging Microscope (FLIM) system.


4/2015 - Josh Brockman receives NSF Graduate Research Fellowship and Jessica Petree receives honorable mention! Congratulations!


1/2015- Hanquan Su joins the lab! yay!


12/2014 - DNA tension probes are highlighted in Nature Methods


9/2014 - Josh Brockman and Roxanne Glazier (BME program) join the lab! WELCOME and best of luck!


9/2014 - Yang’s paper on patterned tension sensors is accepted in Nano Letters! Congrats!


9/2014 - Yun’s paper on DNA-based tension probes is accepted in Nature Communications! High five! Work also featured in Nature Reviews Molecular and Cell Biology and Chemical & Engineering News!


5/2014- Khalid receives the Camille Dreyfus Teacher-Scholar Award!!









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