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
Mary Ann and Torrey present at the NENE Meeting 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!
Welcome our new undergraduates- Fall 2017
Welcome to all of our new undergraduates joining the lab this semester! ▸ Allie Coon (Biology Major) - Class of 2019 ▸ Sara Sawicki (Biology Major) - Class of 2020 ▸ Riya Thomas (Biology & Theology Double Major) - Class of 2020
Mary Ann and Torrey’s paper is published
Read the recent manuscript by Mary Ann and Torrey entitled "Emery-Dreifuss muscular dystrophy-linked genes and centronuclear myopathy-linked genes regulate myonuclear movement by distinct mechanisms" in the August 15, 2017 issue of Molecular Biology of the Cell! Collins MA*, Mandigo TR*, Camuglia JM, Vazquez GA, Anderson AJ, Hudson CH, Hanron JL, Folker ES. Emery-Dreifuss Muscular … Continue reading Mary Ann and Torrey’s paper is published
Congratulations BC Class of 2017!
Congratulations to all the Folker Lab seniors who graduated today! ▸ Alyssa Anderson ▸ Jaclyn Camuglia ▸ Chiara Heinz ▸ Ciaran Murphy
Jaclyn presents at Undergraduate Research Day 2017
Congratulations to Jacyln Camuglia for being one of two seniors selected to present her senior thesis research during Undergraduate Research Day on May 5!
Margherita presents at NESDB 2017
Come see Margherita present some of her most recent research at the Northeast Regional Meeting of the Society of Developmental Biology on Saturday April 29 in Woods Hole, MA!