Alex’s CRISPR/genome editing method for human cells is out in Current Protocols. See it here! https://currentprotocols.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1002/cpmb.102
https://www.biorxiv.org/content/10.1101/707562v1 P granules protect RNA interference genes from silencing by piRNAs
Captan Karl took the Seydoux lab out on his 48-foot Miss Grace for a day of fishing in the Chesapeake
Alyshia Scholl joined the Lab! Welcome to the Lab Alyshia!! May 2019
https://compact.org/newman-civic-fellow/lauren-bernard/ The Newman Civic Fellowship recognizes and supports community-committed students who are changemakers and public problem-solvers at Campus Compact member institutions.
“A gel phase promotes condensation of liquid P granules in Caenorhabditis elegans embryos” https://rdcu.be/brdVU March 2019
Alice Eastman from the Human Genetics program and Alyshia Scholl from BCMB program are our new rotation students.
Geraldine is named Kuggie Vallee Distinguished Lecturer and delivered her lecture at Princeton University on January 22. Many thanks to
Supriya Paidemarry received a Provost Undergraduate Research Award (PURA Award) for her work with Alexandre Paix: Development of a Simple,
CRISPR lets scientists edit our genetic source code. This is going to be interesting. Molecular biologist Geraldine Seydoux tinkers with
Alexandre Paix’s paper is published: Precision genome editing using synthesis-dependent repair of Cas9-induced DNA breaks. http://www.pnas.org/content/early/2017/11/27/1711979114.full.pdf?sid=ca475fa6-ac29-493f-a981-ffd10564c823
Chih-Yung Lee (Sean)’s paper is published: Nanos promotes epigenetic reprograming of the germline by down-regulation of the THAP transcription factor
New iBiology videos featuring Geraldine. https://www.ibiology.org/development-and-stem-cells/body-axis/
Geraldine is nominated as one the Baltimore area’s most intriguing 25 movers and shakers of 2017.
John Paul Ouyang and Madeline Cassani joined the Lab! Welcome to the Lab JP and Maddie!
New Postdoc Andrea Putnam joins the lab!