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Our book is published

Published: Sep 2nd, 2015

Getting In: The Insider’s Guide to Finding the Perfect Undergraduate Research Experience is now available on Amazon. As medical and graduate admissions committees continue to place a high value on research… Read More

Thanks to everyone who supported the #Science14!

Published: Jul 1st, 2015

And a big thanks to my colleague, Kevin Folta, for the call to action on science communication that he wrote for ASPB’s Plant Science Today.

Madi Turcotte accepted to the University of Oxford

Published: Mar 7th, 2015

Our undergrad in the lab, Madi Turcotte, has been accepted to the MSc program in Integrated Immunology offered jointly through the Nuffield Department of Clinical Medicine and the Nuffield Department… Read More

Madi Turcotte wins 3rd place at CASE undergraduate symposium

Published: Mar 7th, 2015

Our undergraduate researcher, Madeleine Turcotte, was awarded 3rd place – and a $250.00 cash prize – in the Science category for her poster presentation at the 2014 University of Florida Science…

7 Reasons Why You Should Present Posters at a Conference

Published: Jun 9th, 2014

Originally posted on 21 May 2014 on the SelectBio Blog. Why should you go to all the trouble to present a poster at a conference? Even if your main goal… Read More

Madi CASE poster

Madi Turcotte wins 1st place for CASE poster presentation

Published: Feb 16th, 2014

Madeleine Turcotte was awarded 1st place – and a $1250.00 cash prize – in the Science category for her poster presentation at the 2014 University of Florida–HHMI Science for Life, Creativity…

New summer course for future Biotech PhDs

Published: Dec 15th, 2013

Thinking of a career in the Biotech industry after getting your PhD? Here is a summer course that is sure to help you reach your goal. … Read More

Mediator Subunit 18 mutations affect flowering in Arabidopsis

Published: Nov 18th, 2013

Mutations in Mediator Subunit 18 affect flower development and flowering time. See our recent publication in PLoS ONE on Mediator and plant development.

Undergraduate Research Opportunities

Published: Feb 18th, 2013

The current projects in the lab center on answering basic questions about cell function. We use molecular, genetic, biochemical, computational, and cell biological methods and approaches. … Next