Monthly Archives: September 2018

How do you choose a research topic?

Choosing a research topic is an important decision at any level. The choice shapes decisions about what graduate lab to join, which post-doctoral position to pursue, how to start an independent lab, and what companies might make good employers. The thing to remember is that “the choice” can, and perhaps should, be made many times […]

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Phase Transitions form Virus Replication Compartments in Cells

Zoltan’s paper is out! Former postdoc Zoltan worked with the Whelan lab on VSV (Vesicular Stomatitis Virus). RNA viruses like VSV compartmentalize their replication machinery to evade detection by the host. However, it has been unclear how the virus can concentrate the machinery for RNA synthesis. Now it is shown that the replication compartments have […]

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Former postdoc Richard opens his own lab in Oxford

Congratulations to Richard! Check out his website

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