…(European Glial Meeting in Marseille) on the cell biology of myelin membrane addition. Husniye also presented a poster on the role of actin disassembly in myelin wrapping.
Congrats Maya for this incredible achievement. Rock your run!
Maya is a graduate student in the Stem Cell Biology and Regenerative Medicine PhD Program. Previously she was a technician in the Barres lab working on reactive astrocytes. Welcome, Maya!
“Modeling myelin: A toolkit for exploring myelin’s mysteries in vitro”, previewing work from the Lyons and Chandran labs, is out: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33945781/
She also received a Wu Tsai Neuroscience Institute Interdisciplinary Scholar Award and an NMSS Postdoctoral Fellowship. Congrats, Mable, on your postdoc fellowship hat trick!
She is now a full MD-PhD candidate. Congrats and well done, Madeline! 3 for 3, Z-lab!
R01 NS119823 was awarded to study the actin cytoskeleton in CNS myelination.
“Label-free optical detection of bioelectric potentials using electrochromic thin films” from Bianxiao Cui’s lab is published, making use of our immunopanning-based protocol for rapid purification of rodent DRG neurons: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32632007/
“How Support of Early Career Researchers Can Reset Science in the Post-COVID19 World”, lead by Stanford Assistant Professor Erin Gibson, was published in Cell: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32533917/