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Our lab space is almost ready.
(…as a rotation student).
This part of the country is super pretty. Seriously.
This is Dan’s ride home in the evening. Rochester is alright.
Dan took this image, which shows Tyler, Dan, and Nicole at the High Falls in downtown Rochester. Image not to scale. (Because Dan is not actually super short)
Tyler and Dan took this image, which shows a mitotic spindle in the Drosophila follicle epithelium. The arrow points to a mitotic cell. DAPI was used to visualize DNA (blue) and immunostaining was used to reveal tubulin (green) and spindle poles (red).
The Bergstralh lab has just doubled in size. Welcome Tyler!
First day in the lab and he’s already flipping flies.
Dan’s paper on spindle orientation in the Drosophila imaginal wing disc is a highlighted article in the July 15 issue of Development. A short summary appears on The Node. Co-authors include Holly Lovegrove, now a postdoc at the University of Manchester, and Nicole Dawney, who starts her PhD studies at the University of Rochester this fall.
Contact Dan for more information.