John Favate presented a poster on the changes in gene expression in the E. coli LTEE at the From Molecular Basis to Predictability and Control of Evolution conference at the Nordic Institute for Theoretical Physics in Stockholm, Sweden from June 30 - July 13, 2019.

We are super excited to announce that our lab's research will be supported by an NSF/BBSRC grant awarded to Edward Wallace, Liana Lareau, and us. The NSF grant will support RiboViz development for more robust pipelines, better visualization, more organisms, and new statistical and analytical tools.

Suknaya Das attended the North East Regional Yeast meeting (NERY) at University at Buffalo, SUNY from June 20th - 21st.

Suknaya Das was elected as the Secretary for Molecular Biosciences Graduate Student Organization (MBGSO). The Molecular Biosciences program is the umbrella program through which most life-sciences faculty at Rutgers recruit students. Congratulations Sukanya!

Suknaya Das volunteered at the Rutgers Day celebrations this year by working at the DNA extraction booth for kids. She taught how to extract DNA from fruits and plants.

Sadhana Chidambaran has been accepted for the Summer Student Program program at Jackson Labs.

We are excited that to announce the arrival of the second lab baby - Tia Shah. Although Tia will be my first child, the lab is quick to remind me that in fact, she will be fifth -- after the 4 current grad babies. Welcome!

John Favate presented a poster on the changes in gene expression in the E. coli LTEE at the Evolution in Philadelphia Conference in Philadelphia on September 08, 2018.