Lab News

10/2014: The Petry Lab kicks off the first Schultz Happy Hour of this year with a creative Halloween Costume Party.

10/2014: Alex Ploss and Sabine Petry organize the annual retreat of the Department of Molecular Biology - a success!

09/2014: Sabine gives a lecture and is the external guest at the 3rd Edition of the EMBO Course "Microscopy, Modelling and Biophysical Methods" at EMBL in Heidelberg.

08/2014: Sabine gives a talk at the 15th International Xenopus Conference in Asilomar, CA.

07/2014: Sabine returns from the spectacular 2nd Ribo Lab Alumni meeting and the 50th Anniversary of the MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology in Cambridge, UK.

07/2014: The Petry Lab has its first lab retreat. After great talks, our kayaking trip was rained out and compensated by bowling and laster tag.

07/2014: Jae-Geun "Jake" Song joins the lab as the first post-doctoral fellow from the Max Perutz Labs in Vienna. Welcome!

06/2014: Sabine is selected as Pew Scholar in the Biomedical Sciences by The Pew Charitable Trust.

06/2014: The Physiology Course rocks! Sabine co-teaches the Biochemistry Bootcamp with the inspirational Bob Fisher.

06/2014: Sabine gives a talk at the Max Perutz Laboratories and the University of Vienna as part of the seminar series "Modern Concepts in Structural Biology".

06/2014: Matt King and Raymundo Alfaro-Aco join the lab as the first graduate students. Welcome!

05/2014: Sabine attends the 3rd EMBO Microtubule Meeting at EMBL, Heidelberg.

05/2014: Matt, Ray and Sabine win the 1st price in the Princeton University Art of Science Competition and get a Go-Pro Camera.

04/2014: Sabine receives the Kimmel Scholar Award for Cancer Research.

02/2014: Sabine becomes an Associate Faculty Member in the Department of Chemistry.

02/2014: We welcome Ana Mostafavi and Shree Tanneti as Ph.D. rotation students.

01/2014: Our first Aekta arrives.

12/2013: The Petry Lab celebrates Christmas at the North End Bistro.

12/2013: Our first microscope system is set up.

12/2013: We welcome Matthew King and Raymundo Alfaro-Aco as Ph.D. rotation students.