For our 2017 Holiday reading, we chose “Lone Survivors” by Chris Stringer – which expands on his Out of Africa hypothesis for human evolution in the light of newer evidence of genetic mixing in early humans outside the African continent. […]
Allie cleared her qualifying exams last week and is now officially a Ph.D. candidate in the Biochemistry & Molecular Biology program of the UMSOM Graduate School. We lunched out at The Ale house to celebrate.
Rachel Bour left the lab to start her Ph.D thesis at the University of Virginia, Charlottesville – on tissue engineering. Rachel was the first summer intern to join our lab back in 2014 and then came back during her break […]
This is a Powerpoint presentation from Prof. Lindberg in the Department of Neurobiology here on how to be successful in Grad School : [Click here to view the page through the Lindberg Lab website].
Summer gets pretty crowded in the lab as the population size swells with interns, rotation students etc. So over the last three years, we have had a lab photo day in the summer to document the tumult (Visit our main […]
Kenny cleared his qualifying exams last month and is now officially a Ph.D. candidate in the Molecular Microbiology & Immunology program. We lunched out at MemSahib to celebrate !
CONGRATULATIONS to Rachel Bour. Rachel, who took a year off to work in the lab after she graduated in BioEngineering from UMD College Park, just got accepted to Graduate School !! She will be joining the Bioengineering program at the […]
Our choice for the 2nd Book Club of 2017 is “The Language Instinct: How the Mind Creates Language” by Steven Pinker. Discussion is tentatively scheduled for July 15th at the Pickles Pub. Lab members can view/download the ebook & audiobook […]
For February’s Lab Book Club discussion, the students chose the now “classic” from Steven D. Levitt & Stephen J. Dubner – Freakonomics: : A Rogue Economist Explores the Hidden Side of Everything. The book, originally published in 2005, has been […]