We’re happy to welcome Nick Weeks to the lab.
The Hehnly and Bergstralh labs got together here at the U of R for a day-long microsymposium. It was a fun meeting and we learned a lot. Looking forward to the next one.
We’re very happy that Pakinee (bottom left) has joined the lab for her second rotation. We went out to Dinosaur BBQ to welcome her.
We’ve been using a multiphoton microscope to slice a developing Drosophila tissue. Expansion of the cut site (called “recoil”) shows that the tissue is under tension.
Happy Halloween from the Bergstralh Lab!
Dan in particular has embraced the season with his costume for “Meet the Faculty” undergraduate trick-or-treating event.
The lab enjoyed hosting Dan’s longtime friend and previous postdoc mentor, Jeff Sekelsky.
Jeff gave a great talk about his lab’s work on DNA recombination and repair.
We enjoyed the beautiful Rochester fall in a visit to Letchworth State Park- “Grand Canyon of the East”
We had a visitor.