Monthly Archives: February 2015

Goodbye and good luck to Yusuke!

We said goodbye to beloved Hyman lab postdoc Yusuke Toyoda last week, as he left Dresden to return to his new job as a Research Associate at the Institute of Life Science at Kurume University in Japan. During his time in the lab, Yusuke was an author on a dozen publications, including key work on transgeneomics, the […]

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4 more days to see Lens on Life in London!

Two lab members got a chance to check out the Lens on Life exhibit in London this weekend, the artistic output of the MitoSys consortium. If you’re there, don’t miss your opportunity to go see it this week, because it ends on Feb 27! (photos below by Lisa Dennison)

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So much cake! Publication and birthday celebrations.

It was a happy day in the Hyman lab! Yesterday we ate our weight in cake to celebrate the publication of Maria and Mark’s paper, and to celebrate Jeff’s birthday. Maria baked 3 cakes, Olli baked one — and all 4 were delicious.

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Congratulations to Simone Reber on her Inaugural Symposium at IRI Life Sciences

We’re so proud of Hyman Lab alumnus Simone Reber, who gave a fantastic lecture yesterday at her Inaugural Symposium as a new group leader at the Integrative Research Institute (IRI) for the Life Sciences in Berlin. Another great treat of the symposium was a guest lecture by Nobel laureate Tim Hunt. Way to go, Simone! We’re […]

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New Two Minute Talk! Mark explains the effect of temperature on nematodes

Describe your project in 2 minutes or less! In the latest addition to our “Two Minute Talk” series, postdoc Mark Leaver explains how he studies the adaptation of nematodes to habitats of different temperatures. Written and narrated by Mark Leaver. Edited and produced by Lisa Dennison.

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Congratulations to Maria on her paper, which illuminates how the temperature tolerance of cell division allows organisms to adapt to be viable at a higher temperature range

Congratulations to Hyman lab members Maria Begasse and Mark Leaver on their publication in Cell Reports, which is open access and available now online! Click here for the full text. Begasse M, Leaver M, Vazquez F, Grill SW, Hyman AA. Temperature dependence of cell division timing accounts for a shift in the thermal limits of C. elegans and C. […]

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Two new publications: cell rounding and cell surface proteomes

Two new publications came out last month as a result of collaborations between Hyman lab members and other labs. Congratulations to everyone involved! Quantitative comparison of a human cancer cell surface proteome between interphase and mitosis. Özlü N, Qureshi MH, Toyoda Y, Renard BY, Mollaoglu G, Özkan NE, Bulbul S, Poser I, Timm W, Hyman AA, […]

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