Congratulations to Tim Cliff for graduating and receiving his doctorate. Tim will continue in the Dalton lab as a post-doctoral fellow.
Miranda Hayworth has completed her MD training and has been accepted into the neurosurgery program as a resident at the University of Texas.
The Dalton laboratory will be relocating to the new ‘Center for Molecular Medicine’ (CMM) building in early August, 2018.
Stephen Dalton is keynote speaker at the Children’s Tumor Foundation Conference in Austin, Texas.
There are post-doctoral positions currently open to work in several areas. Please contact Stephen Dalton for details.
Ben Boward and Tianming Wu co-author paper in ‘Stem Cells’ on the cell cycle and stem cells.
Welcome to new graduate students joining the Dalton lab: Luoman Chen, (Diana) Yi Qi, (Brian) Liang Zhang.
MD student Miranda Hayworth (Ph.D.) speaks at the UGA Center for Molecular Medicine groundbreaking.
Jay Avery receives ‘The Achievement Rewards for College Scientists (ARCS) Foundation’ graduate student award in Atlanta.
The 3rd annual Southeast Stem Cell Consortium Workshop is due to be held on July 22nd-23rd. This years meeting is being convened by Dr. Trish Labosky (Vanderbilt University.). For further information go to www.sestemcells.uga.edu.
James Chappell (Ph.D.) graduates and accepts a post-doctoral position at Stanford University.
Graduate student Tim Cliff speaks at the University of Florida ‘Metabolomics Workshop & Symposium’.
Congratulations to Amar Singh and David Reynolds for being selected to present talks at the 3rd Southeast Stem Cell Consortium Workshop, Vanderbilt University, Tennessee.
Well done to James Chappell who recently published an article in BMC Biology.
Keri Smith has recently started a post-doc with Dr. Terry Magnusson at the University of North Carolina.- congratulations Keri!
Matt Bechard has accepted a post-doctoral position at Vanderbilt University to work with Dr. Chris Wright on pancreatic development- good luck Matt!
The 2012 Southeast Stem Cell Consortium annual meeting will be held in Tallahassee, at Florida State University. This will be followed by the 2013 meeting at the University of Alabama, Birmingham.
The 2nd UGA PO1 PPG retreat was held at the Ritz-Carlton, Reynolds Plantation, Lake Oconee (August 2-3, 2011). Guest speakers; Tim Townes (UAB, Birmingham) and Angie Rizzino (University of Nebraska Medical Center). Participants came from from University of Georgia, Florida State University, University of Alabama (Birmingham), Georgia Health Sciences University, Vanderbilt University, University of Florida.