We are thrilled to share our development of genome-wide CRISPR screening within a living mouse! Our approach is accessible to diverse phenotypes and we look forward to the many insights now achievable with high-throughput functional genomics in an organ!
Kristin shares her reflections on MD-PhD training, how it shaped her research career, and advice for early stages of independence in an interview with the Harvard Health Policy Review. Hopefully these insights can be helpful for aspiring scientists or physicians!
In light of travel restrictions, we Zoomed across the worlds of whiskey and chocolate for the holidays!
December 9, 2020
Congratulations to Kristina Lopez for being recognized by Faces of Cell! Kristina's fearlessness and determination in developing new techniques have opened so many directions for our lab and we have such high expectations and excitement for her future!
June 12, 2020
A transatlantic toast to celebrate the lab's second birthday, Diana Gomes's and Kristina Lopez's fellowships...and that we're still smiling on Zoom calls!
June 3, 2020
An extremely well-deserved (and well-distanced) congratulations to Kristina Lopez for being named a NASEM Ford Fellow! We are so proud of all you've overcome and accomplished and grateful for the unique perspective and creative solutions you bring to our lab and the scientific community.
We welcome new lab members with a trip to the crazy organisms exhibit at the Museum of Science. Allegiances and nascent side-projects split across the extremophiles, but these elephant seals have some pretty cool adaptations too!
November 28, 2018
We enjoyed sharing our liver goals with the Aeronaut Brewing crowd as part of Science by the Pint. A wonderful initiative for bringing science into the community!
October 2, 2018
We are honored and grateful to have the support of the NIH Early Independence Award as we launch our investigations of quiescence and its applications to regenerative medicine!
We celebrate our first three months (and three people!) with some off-site liver regeneration
August 23, 2018
Our work revealing the importance of tissue architecture for chromosome segregation fidelity is now published online at Cell. A potential explanation for chromosome instability in cancer, a limitation of two-dimensional culture systems, and a major inspiration for our use of the liver as an in vivo system!