Dr. Lee’s grant proposal entitled “Deciphering dynamic signals in control of cell fate decisions” has been selected to receive an R35 Outstanding Investigator ‘MIRA’ award from the NIGMS!
Alli will be starting her graduate studies towards a PhD in Molecular Medicine from the University of Maryland School of Medicine. Congratulations Alli, you’ll be missed!
Oluremi Akindele is a rising senior at North Allegheny Senior High School who has joined the lab this summer as a scholar from the DiSCoBio program (http://www.discobio.pitt.edu/ ). Welcome to…
Ryan Hausler and Gabriel Kowalczyk are summer researchers from the Pitt undergraduate Bioinformatics program. They’ll be working on various projects, assisting in building automated image processing software. Welcome to the…
David has just moved to Pittsburgh to join the Lee lab as a Research Technician. Welcome David, we’re looking forward to working with you!!
Congratulations for taking the second place prize for best poster at University of Pittsburgh’s 3rd annual ISB Symposium!
Robin Lee will be speaking at the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory meeting for Systems Biology: Global Regulation of Gene Expression in March. You can find more information here: https://meetings.cshl.edu/meetings.aspx?meet=SYSTEMS&year=16
Our commentary on a very interesting paper relating Xenopus Leavis development to melanoma was published online in Science Signaling today! You can find it here: http://stke.sciencemag.org/content/8/397/fs17
Robin Lee will be speaking at the University of Pittsburgh’s three day celebration of science and technology. You can find more information here: http://www.science2015.pitt.edu/about.htm
The Lee lab welcomes Kate Shipman, a rotation student from Pitt’s new Integrated Systems Biology graduate program. Welcome to the lab Kate!