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We study DNA repair during meiosis using worms- and have fun doing it in a beautiful place!
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Libuda Lab May 17
Replying to @dlibuda
Three students from the lab were selected to give oral presentations! Come check them out at the 1:30-3pm session in the EMU Maple Room!
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UO Research Apr 26
UO biologist Judith Eisen elected to American Academy of Arts and Science, a prestigious honor celebrating her pioneering work on and her tremendous research leadership
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Michael Lichten Apr 5
Required reading for mechanism fans. Tour-de-force of HTS and informatics. Congrats to Marie-Claude and Bertrand! Mechanistic View and Genetic Control of DNA Recombination during Meiosis
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Libuda Lab Apr 6
Thanks Ahna!! So proud of the trophy haha
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Libuda Lab Apr 5
Our grad student Austin Harvey is the newly crowned UO 2018 March Mammal Madness champ!! --Check out that trophy! 😎😎 Thanks for managing the tournament!
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Lacefield Lab Mar 30
The development of the Yeaster bunny!
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Libuda Lab Mar 26
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Libuda Lab Mar 6
Nice shot of the 'Blue pool' in central Oregon from last weekend!
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Libuda Lab Mar 3
Our grad student Erik Toraason (left) passed his qualifying exam! Lots to celebrate lately! 😊
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Libuda Lab Mar 2
Congrats to our awesome PI for a successful midterm tenure talk!!
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Job Dekker Feb 24
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Libuda Lab Feb 17
Where will this creepy elf doll show up next week??
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Libuda Lab Jan 4
New paper out from our neighbors in the Selker lab, check it out!
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Libuda Lab Dec 6
Replying to @mei_newt
this is so awesome- we love it!
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Jeff Sekelsky Dec 6
Replying to @libudalab
Ours is a Holliday party but when we include another lab it’s our double Holliday function.
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Libuda Lab Dec 6
Who says science can't be festive? Molecular bio holiday party, pipette tip snowflakes, and c. elegans santa!
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NIGMS Dec 6
'Tis the season to check out cool images that remind us of the holidays—and showcase basic :
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uocas Nov 21
Congrats to six College of Arts and Sciences faculty named Fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science!
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UO Research Dec 5
UO celebrates the opening of RACS, its new high performance computing center. The $2.2 million facility boasts one of the fastest academic supercomputers in the Northwest
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Genetics Society of America Dec 5
GSA President Lynn Cooley tells a personal story of how science has affected her life—and why we must defend graduate education.
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