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Katrina Forest
Structural Microbiologist, generally curious, jazzed about phytochrome and type IV pili, proud
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Katrina Forest Aug 7
Replying to @biophyskrys
It was a fantastic talk! Looking forward to implementing many of your suggestions.
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Katrina Forest Aug 7
Thanks to for another great talk 3 years later! And now my phone reads QR code without any new apps, see proof below.
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Katrina Forest Aug 4
Jaw-dropping session at ! Thanks to all speakers, and I echo and that Twitter is game changing for
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Katrina Forest Jul 21
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Katrina Forest Jul 5
I was beyond privileged to have known and learned from Dale Kaiser, whose critical, enthusiastic and respectful attention to our work when I was a more junior scientist was for me one of the greatest forms of positive reinforcement.
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UW-Madison Bact Jun 20
Eloquent powerful and actionable manifesto by MDTP students.
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Katrina Forest Jun 9
Replying to @thegardengriot
Thank you for being our colleague. I don't know you personally yet but was so impressed by your work when I read this last year. Next the book!
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Kristen DeAngelis, PhD 🌎🌳🌈 Feb 27
So this is what happens when I let my love of knitting run into my love of microbes. With design credit to an unidentified Planctomycetes, & fungi from & Kolter’s Life at the Edge of Sight.
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Katrina Forest Feb 27
Wonderful image by Steve Breen Katherine Johnson, NASA mathematician, dies at 101
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Gratton Lab Feb 20
Earlier this semester, the ento department unveiled this series of gorgeous posters by . The initiative was spearheaded by lab members Taylor Tai, , and , along with fellow grad student Jacki Whisenant
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Katrina Forest Feb 7
We had nothing but positive experiences with respect to service animals in the lab during the ~5 years two service dogs and their human were members of my research group.
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Walter J. Koroshetz Feb 7
2 NEW supplement funding opportunities to help first R01 holders & K awardees experiencing critical life events such as childbirth. Supports staff help in the lab, etc. Need to bridge the gender gap! ;
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UW-Madison Chemistry Feb 3
Department of Chemistry wins Regents’ Diversity Award via
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Olivera Francetic Feb 1
Transient binding of substrates to the inner membrane is important for secretion. This is how it is done in .
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Katrina Forest Feb 7
Dead Sea dates grown from 2000-year-old seeds
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Heidi Goodrich-Blair Jan 24
Excited about this paper that represents a few firsts from the HGB lab: The first , the first collaborative pub with , the first first co-authorship with Terra Mauer and . Plus, it features some of my favorite things: Xenorhabdus and NilB!
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Chemistry World Jan 20
For the first instalment of our new series, has been investigating Ellie Knaggs’ overlooked contribution to carbon’s tetrahedral bonding
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Katrina Forest Dec 20
Thx - my sci women to thank: DorothyCrowfootHodgkin AnnStock JannetteCary MollySchmid LisaCraig ElizabethGetzoff BarbaraMeyer
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Katrina Forest Dec 20
Replying to @quendi
What kind of a question is that? Of course, and try it toasted with butter too.
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PseudomonasMarseille Oct 31
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