The Eublephosphere is overflowing with pride! Kathy and Noeline successfully defended their theses, and are now officially Masters of Science! Sadly, our tears of pride are mixed with melancholy as our mighty Moe is moving to T.O. Not to worry - she has promised to keep us in her thoughts, and her experiments, and we look forward to many future collaborations. Go-Moe-Go! As for Katrusia, buckle-up because the future PhK starts her PhD in the OVC next week. Yahoo!
Check out our latest publication and find out what happens to full-thickness (epidermis and dermis) wounds made to the skin of leopard geckos. Replacement skin so nice it made Hanna cry...
Baffled by the blastema and want to learn more? Check out our latest article - and its Open Access!
Congratulations to our favourite M(a)cd/Donalds, Alaina and Rebecca. Alaina was accepted into the DVM program here at the OVC (Class of 2019) and Rebecca won the Pari Basrur Research Award of Merit. Atta-girls! #prideintheEublephosphere
Noeline, Kathy and Emily bring you a primer on life in the Eublephosphere, courtesy of the Node. Check out http://thenode.biologists.com/a-day-in-the-life-of-a-lizard-lab/lablife/
Congratulations to Noeline and Kathy! Each is now a proud recipient of an OVC Scholarship. Atta-girls! #MScScienceintheEublephosphere
Emily drops the hammer at EB 2015 with two exceptional talks and takes home the first runner up prize for the Langman Award, the top podium prize for the American Association of Anatomists (AAA). Spinal cord cells activate! #prideintheEublephosphere
The poster by undergraduates Alaina and Rebecca was a huge success at Experimental Biology 2015. Kudos to both for demonstrating that neural stem/progenitor cells are not just a SVZ-thing. #prideintheEublephosphere
Kudos to Alaina for being selected as a finalist for the AAA Undergraduate Student Poster Presentation Award at the upcoming Experimental Biology 2015 meeting in Boston. Nice! Assisting in her quest for gold are fellow lab members Rebecca and Emily. Clear the harbour everyone because the geckos are invading Boston!
Our very own Emily has been selected as one of six finalists for the AAA Langman Graduate Student Platform Presentation Award at this year's Experimental Biology meeting in Boston. Yahoo Emily! You have two chances to catch the talk: Sunday March 29th and Tuesday March 31st. Buckle-up, because Science is Happening!
Emily Gilbert wins the Department of Biomedical Sciences top PhD presentation award. Nice work Emilanocyte!