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Lillian Fritz-Laylin
Assistant Professor of Cell Biology at UMass Amherst. We study motility of diverse cells, including neutrophils, Naegleria and chytrid fungi.
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Katrina Velle Sep 18
I’m searching for breakthrough publications where there were no biological replicates, or a single descriptive observation was published. Can anyone think of any? Please RT & thanks in advance!
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Lillian Fritz-Laylin Sep 17
As a graduate student, the Berkeley MCB CDB retreats provided excellent training in presenting my work to a wide audience and facilitated important collaborations. Glad to now be part of with similar retreats!
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Madelaine Bartlett Sep 11
This is the newly minted account for Natural History Collections at UMass Amherst. We opened with an opening - a collaboration with the UMass art museum. Follow us for more every Wednesday!
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Sarah McAnulty, Ph.D. Sep 11
. matches scientists & classrooms for Q&A sessions all about science FOR FREE! It's an awesome opportunity 4 scientists to share their enthusiasm 4 science while kids can see what real science/scientists look like! Tell every teacher!
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Lillian Fritz-Laylin Sep 7
Replying to @niais
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Sarah Tuttle Sep 6
Professional science advice: If the data you get seems weird, don't panic. Also? Don't... erase it or obfuscate it. It might be something is weird, it might be something is cool, you might have done something wrong... But there is always something to learn.
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Madelaine Bartlett Sep 7
This meeting is going to be super fun (and not just because I’m co-organizing it). If you’re interested in development, and live in the northeast, come to NESDB next April!
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Leslie Vosshall Sep 6
Riddle of the day: what makes this exciting single cell biology conference unlike any scientific conference that has ever been organized or that you have ever attended?
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UMass Molecular & Cellular Bio Sep 5
Who's ready for the 2019 MCB retreat?! We have a lineup of great posters & talks from labs including , , , , , , , , , , , plus many more! See you there!
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Stephen Floor Sep 4
when you read reviewer 3's comments
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fangmeli Sep 2
this will be a thread of unsettling corn
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Katrina Velle Sep 3
Introducing the newest lab publication tradition: abstract madlibs. I think I have some live imaging of vesicular crying, and I hope all firefighters interested in tardigrades stay tuned!
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Lillian Fritz-Laylin Sep 2
Replying to @PracheeAC
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Heitman lab at Duke Aug 30
Heitman and Buchler lab outing for farewell dinner for Edgar Medina (), en route from Nick’s lab to his post doctoral fellowship with Lillian Fritz-Laylin () at U Mass Amherst. Further landmark discoveries on basal chytrid aquatic fungi lie ahead!
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Lillian Fritz-Laylin Aug 30
We can't wait for to get here!
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Dyche Mullins et al. Aug 29
Replying to @VirusesImmunity
Try another radio probe when ten have failed, take two hundred rabbits when a hundred have died: only this is science. You ask the secret. It has just one name: again. -Miroslav Holub
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Heitman lab at Duke Aug 29
Meredith Blackwell interviews Jason Stajich () at the 2019 Mycological Society of America Meeting at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis, Minnesota on August 14, 2019
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Michael Friedman Aug 28
The crazy speaker at the seminar today made us choose what parts of the story we wanted to hear! It was ... BRILLIANT! achieved unprecedented audience enthusiasm, engagement and retention of material. Well done Joel!!!
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Kristyn Robinson 🏳️‍🌈 Aug 27
When your labmate requests boxes for her upcoming move
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