The lab welcomes Mitch, who is working closely with Sargis Karapetyan and the summer Duke GEM club. Read about Mitch’s summer project on synthetic oscillators and switches in bacteria at Duke Today.
Sargis presented his latest work “Mathematical modeling reveals additional links between the circadian clock and the redox rhythm in Arabidopsis through a master immune regulator” at the 2014 Society for Research on Biological Rhythms meeting in Big Sky, Montana. This is a collaboration with Mian Zhou, Wei Wang, and Xinnian Dong at Duke University.
Nick presented “Invade, co-opt, and swap: Evolution of G1/S cell cycle control in Fungi and other eukaryotes” at both the Gordon Research Conference on Cellular and Molecular Fungal Biology in Holderness, New Hampshire and Evolution 2014 meeting in Raleigh, North Carolina.