Stephanie passes her qualifying exam. Congrats!
Yili Zhu joins the lab!
Yong’s paper accepted at PLoS biology!
Mike B’s 2nd paper accepted at mSphere!
Mike B leaves for postdoc at UCSF. Good luck!
Katie’s 2nd paper accepted at AAC!
Mike B successful defends his thesis!
Mike B's paper accepted at PLoS Biology!
Sree leaves for a job at MD Anderson. Good luck!
Katie leaves for job at VL-47, a start-up in NYC. Good luck!
Katie successfully defends her thesis!
Stephanie joins the lab!
Joyln leaves for job at Google X. Good luck!
Mike Pulkoski-Gross joins the lab!
Mike gives talk at the Bay Area Microbial Pathogenesis Meeting!
Marta's paper accepted at mBio!
Congrats to Katie on the Insight Data Science Fellowship!
Jolyn's 2nd paper accepted at Cell Chemical Biology
Mike wins the poster prize the Wood's Hole Molecular Parasitology Meeting!
Katie's paper accepted at eLife!
Katie gives a talk at Toxo-14!
Thomas joins the lab!
Katie gives a talk at Bay Area Microbial Pathogenesis (BAMPS)
Ellen named a Chan Zuckerberg Biohub Investigator
"Stanford faculty named in first cohort of Chan Zuckerberg Biohub investigators" - Stanford News
Sreejoyee joins the lab!
Jolyn's paper accepted into Mol Cell Proteomics
Marta gives a talk at Bay Area Trafficking Symposium
Katie receives Bio-X fellowship
Lab field trip to exploratorium
Yong and Katie receive structured illumination microscopy (SIM) pilot grant
Yong joins the lab!
Marta joins the lab!
Julian joins the lab!
Katie gives a talk at Bay Area Organelle Biology Meeting (BAOB)
Jolyn and Ian receive the Mass Spectrometry Seed Grant
Ellen receives BioX grant
Mike joins the lab!
Katie joins the lab!
Lab moves to 4th floor Biochemistry, Beckman building
Jolyn joins the lab!
Ellen receives 2012 Burroughs Wellcome Fund Grant
Grant Recipients - Burroughs Wellcome Fund
Ellen awarded NIH Director's Early Independence Award
"2012 NIH Director's Early Independence awards recognizes 14 scientists" - NIH
August 30, 2011
Ellen interviewed on NPR's Morning Addition
"A Remnant From Algae In Malaria Parasite May Prove Its Weakness"- NPR