Monthly Archives: March 2015

Congratulations, Dr. Wüseke!

Last Friday, our graduate student Oliver (Olli) Wüseke valiantly and successfully defended his thesis and officially became Dr. Wüseke! Below you can see a picture of Olli in the special graduation cap made for him by the lab — a centrosome, complete with PCM, microtubules, and motor proteins carrying cargo (pictures of Olli through the […]

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Cell Podcast, featuring Maria and Tony discussing their recent Cell Reports paper!

Begasse et al, Temperature Dependence of Cell Division Timing Accounts for a Shift in the Thermal Limits of C. elegans and C. briggsae, is featured in this month’s Cell podcast! Maria and Tony discuss the paper in an interview starting at the 9:30 minute mark. Find a link on the Cell Reports home page (where our Two Minute Talk […]

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Tubulin in progress…

It’s tubulin prep time in the Hyman Lab! We’re teamed up with the Reber Lab, visiting from Berlin, for this labor-intensive process. 10 people, 3 days, and ~100 porcine brains as starting material. We’re nearing the end of day 2, which started at 4am this morning and is still going now at 10pm. But at least there […]

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New Two Minute Talk! Watch Maria Begasse’s video abstract for her new paper

The latest addition to our “Two Minute Talk” series is also our very first video abstract for a Hyman Lab publication (Begasse et al, 2015). Check it out below! And don’t miss Mark’s Two Minute Talk for more information on the current follow-up work in the lab related to Maria’s paper. Written and narrated by […]

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