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Photo from lab dinner at ASCB

Here’s a quick photo from last week’s Hyman lab dinner during ASCB 2016 in San Francisco! It was great to see former members like Laurence Pelletier and Garrett Greenan, as well as collaborators Elvan Boke and Marco Hein. See you next year at the joint ASCB/EMBO meeting in Philadelphia!

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Come see us at ASCB 2016!

The Hyman lab is represented at the 2016 ASCB annual meeting, taking place now in San Francisco. Come see us if you’re here! • Sunday, Dec 4, 12pm-1:30pm: Louise Jawerth presents her poster, “The liquid to gel transition in protein droplets” (poster B1345) • Sunday, Dec 4, 5:20pm-5:35pm: Shamba Saha gives a talk, “An mRNA competition […]

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Photos from the International Congress of Cell Biology in Prague

The 12th meeting of the International Congress of Cell Biology was held in Prague on July 21-25. Many Hyman lab members attended and had a fantastic trip. Thank you to the meeting organizers!

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GRC on Intrinsically Disordered Proteins

Tony is back from giving a talk on “Aberrant Phase Transitions and Disease” at the Gordon Research Conference on Intrinsically Disordered Proteins in Les Diablerets, Switzerland. Thanks to the chairs, Richard Kriwacki and Monika Fuxreiter, for organizing such a fantastic meeting!

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ASCB, when the “S” stands for surfing

Tony, Avinash, Jeff, and Shamba had a great time at the ASCB meeting in San Diego last month. Tony and Jeff even managed to get in a surfing session! Here’s a few photos, snapped by Avinash.

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Look for us at ASCB 2015!

It’s almost time for the 2015 ASCB meeting in San Diego! Will you be there? If so, don’t miss Tony’s talk, and say hello to our lab members who will be there giving talks and presenting posters. Here’s where you can find the Hyman Lab at #ASCB15 Sunday, December 13. Poster session (for even numbered boards): […]

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Jeff Woodruff speaking today at ASCB

Are you at the annual ASCB meeting in Philadelphia right now? If so, don’t miss tonight’s talk by Hyman lab postdoc Jeff Woodruff. He will be speaking at 6:05pm in Minisymposium 16: Microtubule Assemblies and their Functions, giving a talk entitled, “Regulated assembly of a supramolecular centrosome scaffold in vitro.” You’ll also find our postdoc […]

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More photos added from trip to Lisbon for #EMBOCentrosome

Here’s Oliver Wueseke, Julia Mahamid, Tony Hyman, Jeff Woodruff, Beatriz Ferreira Gomes, and Ben Engel in Lisbon for the EMBO Conference on Centrosomes. You can now see additional photos on our lab fun page!

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MaxSynBio kicks off today at the MPI-CBG

MaxSynBio, a multi-disciplinary research network of labs from nine different Max Planck Institutes, kicks off today with a 3-day meeting and workshop held at the MPI-CBG. This research consortium aims to approach the field of Synthetic Biology from a fundamental perspective of basic research, taking a bottom-up approach towards understanding biology. The Hyman Lab is […]

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Hyman lab at the EMBO Centrosomes conference in Lisbon this week

Tony, Jeff, Oliver, and Beatriz are all on their way to the EMBO Centrosomes and Spindle Pole Bodies Conference in Lisbon, Portugal. Jeff will be giving a talk and Olli & Tony will both be presenting posters. Wednesday, October 1, 1:30pm poster session: Oliver Wueseke, “The C. elegans PCM components SPD-2 and SPD-5 are monomeric in the cytoplasm […]

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