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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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Diana Libuda Aug 24
Postdoc Nicole Kurhanewicz was selected for an NIH F32 NRSA postdoc fellowship!!! Congrats!!! She not only is adding to the lab’s research but also our celebratory champagne bottle collection!
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Libuda Lab Aug 24
Congrats to Nicole on getting an NIH F32 fellowship!!
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Diana Libuda Aug 16
Our NIH MIRA award kicked in! Thanks ⁦⁩ for the surprise celebration the other day! We’re hiring post docs, grad students, a tech, and a bioinformatician!
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Libuda Lab Aug 16
Today is Cordell's last day in lab and his contributions to the lab have been numerous, but the ones that stand out are the xmas white elephant gift & the new chalkboard lab walls! He will be missed and we wish him all the best in the Biggins lab
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Libuda Lab Aug 9
SPURS/OURS Undergraduate Research Symposium poster session day 1 happening now, come check out day 2 of posters tomorrow where the Libuda lab undergraduates will be presenting their research
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Libuda Lab Aug 9
Libuda lab undergraduates, Adrianna and Anna, gave beautiful talks on their summer research projects at the SPURS/OURS research symposium
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Libuda Lab Jul 21
Replying to @sugi05
Congrats Kenji! Such an awesome story!
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Developmental Cell Jul 20
Contact-dependent cortical myosin flow generates force that orients cell division, from Bowerman & co
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Libuda Lab Jul 19
Albert Hinman from the Villeneuve lab visited the lab during his Oregon road trip. We celebrated his great talk and visit with some pizza and brews
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Libuda Lab Jul 11
The Recomboys layin' it down in Journal Club
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Craig C. Mello Jun 20
NEW CRISPR protocol: Please share with your friends and let me know how the hybrid donors work for you! The idea is two PCR products one with homology arms, one without, mix melt and anneal. The hybrids improve efficiency of GFP-size inserts 5-10X
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Diana Libuda Jun 20
Our MIRA grant is getting funded! Thank you to the reviewers, POs, and council who saw the potential for our research program on recombination pathway and partner choice during meiosis. We're hiring postdocs, grad students, and techs !
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Libuda Lab Jun 9
To celebrate our four undergraduate researchers who are graduating, we peddled around on a pubcycle to some of Eugene's breweries!! 🍻🍻
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Libuda Lab Jun 8
A photo from 's 'Quack Chat' pub talk: "It’s Getting Hot in Here — Why Sperm Can’t Handle the Heat and What Biologists are Discovering About Genetic Inheritance"
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Diana Libuda Jun 6
Dr Seuss meets science. My grad student Erik with his two amazing graduating honors undergrads!
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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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