Come see Mary Ann present some of her most recent work titled "Mispositioned Nuclei: Distinct mechanisms drive similar phenotypes" at the Boston Area Drosophila Meeting which will be held on June 6 at Harvard Medical School with keynote speaker and Nobel Laurette, Michael Rosbash!
Congratulations to all the Folker Lab seniors who graduated today! ▸ Juan P. Forero ▸ Jenna Mark ▸ Sacha Roberts ▸ Tiffany Shu
Congratulations to Mary Ann for being selected to attend the Analytical and Quantitative Light Microscopy Course at the Marine Biological Laboratories in Woods Hole this May!
Read the recent manuscript by Jaclyn and Torrey entitled “An RNAi based screen in Drosophila larvae identifies fascin as a regulator of myoblast fusion and myotendinous junction structure” in the April 8, 2018 issue of Skeletal Muscle! Camuglia JM*, Mandigo TR*, Moschella R, Mark J, Hudson CH, Sheen D, Folker ES. An RNAi based … Continue reading Jaclyn and Torrey’s paper is published
Read the latest paper by Alexander Auld about "Aplip1 (Drosophila JIP1) regulates myonuclear positioning and muscle stability" in the Journal of Cell Science! Auld AL, Roberts SA, Murphy CB, Camuglia JM, Folker ES. Aplip1 (Drosophila JIP1) regulates myonuclear positioning and muscle stability. J Cell Sci. 2018 Mar 16;131(6):1-14. DOI: 10.1242/jcs.205807
The Folker lab will be attending at the annual ASCB-EMBO meeting this year in Philadelphia. Look out for our posters: ▸ Mary Ann Collins (B393/P1834) - Attractive and repulsive nuclear interactions are regulated by distinct genes linked to Emery-Dreifuss Muscular Dystrophy and Centronuclear Myopathy. [Section: Nuclear Lamina and Laminopathies, Sunday December 3, 2017] ▸ Torrey … Continue reading The Folker Lab is presenting at ASCB | EMBO 2017
Come see Mary Ann and Torrey each present some of their most recent research at the 2nd Annual Northeast Nuclear Envelope Regional Meeting which will be held on September 15 at Yale Medical School!