Katya Skaritanov is selected as Beckman Scholar.
Timothy King received the OUR Supply Award from Office of Undergraduate Research.
Ekaterin Skaritanov received the UConn IDEA Grant.
Celina Caetano received the Summer Undergraduate Research Fund (SURF) award.
Audrey Dellert received the OUR Supply Award from Office of Undergraduate Research.
Lylah and Wei’s eLife paper is highlighted on the eLife Homepage.
Lylah Deady received James S. Romanow Memorial Award for her excellence in research and contribution to the research training of others.
Jessica Young received both UConn SURF Award and Beckman Scholar Award.
STAT reported our lab research project.
We won Gates Foundation Global Grand Challenges Grant for contraceptives research. UConn Today reported our project.
More information is available on Gates Foundation website.
Radhika Malhotra received OUR supply award from Office of Undergraduate Research.
We are one of the recipients of the 2016 UConn Research Excellence Program Storrs awards.
We are excited to receive a R01 award from NICHD to fund our research project on ovulation for the next five years (2016-2021).
Risa Kiernan is awarded the Claire Berg Award!
The Claire Berg Award will be awarded to an outstanding female senior in Biological Sciences, EEB, MCB, or PNB who has conducted original research in molecular or microbial genetics. The award was established in memory of Professor Claire Berg, Molecular and Cell Biology Department.”
Elizabeth Knapp received 2016 TAGC Travel Award from Genetics Society of America to present her research findings at The Allied Genetics Conference (TAGC) in Orlando, FL.
Radhika Malhotra received a 2016 Summer Undergraduate Research Fund (SURF) award.
The paper of “A follicle rupture assay reveals an essential role for follicular adrenergic signaling in Drosophila ovulation” is available online now in PLoS Genetics. PLoS Genet 11(10): e1005604. doi:10.1371/journal.pgen.1005604
Risa Kiernan received OUR supply award from Office of Undergraduate Research.
Lylah Deady won Data Blitz Prize at Neuroscience at Storrs.
Lylah’s paper “A follicle rupture assay reveals an essential role for follicular adrenergic signaling in Drosophila ovulation” is accepted for publication in PLoS Genetics.
The UConn Today reported our first article in PLoS Genetics, “Abuzz over ovulation similarities between two very different species“.
The lab’s first paper “Matrix Metalloproteinase 2 Is Required for Ovulation and Corpus Luteum Formation in Drosophila” is published in PLoS Genetics. PLoS Genet 11: e1004989. doi:10.1371/journal.pgen.1004989
Lylah presented “Follicular adrenergic signaling plays an essential and conserved role in Drosophila ovulation” on 44th Annual Drosophila Research Conference in Chicago.
Sarah Mosure received both Holster and IDEA awards.