On June 17, 2020, our own Emily Troemel and WashU Med’s David Wang give a talk discussing the ongoing SARS-CoV-2 pandemic. Topics for the talk include the emergence and basic biology of SARS-CoV-2, its potential host-pathogen interactions, the current state of the field in SARS-CoV-2 molecular biology research, and the relevant diagnostic tests and possibilities for treatment. Click here to register and watch on demand!
This morning via zoom, Theresa presented her thesis, Regulation of the Intracellular Pathogen Response by pals Gene Pairs in C. elegans. Because of the international benefit of the platform, her audience included not only her thesis committee and current lab mates, but also former lab members joining from three continents and six countries (shown above). Congratulations to Theresa for a successful defense on the wonderful work she’s done while with us, and we wish her the best as she pursues an MD at the University of Arizona! Below, we are seen celebrating the good news via zoom meeting.
While working from home, team communication is more important than ever. Here’s a glimpse into our lab meeting Zoom room!
Happy Holidays from the Troemel Lab!
Left to Right: Cheng-Ju Kuo, Vladimir Lazetic, Jessica Sowa, Spencer Gang, Ivana Sfarcic, Emily Troemel, Ryan Underwood, Eillen Tecle, Robert Luallen, Tuan Tran