Undergraduate, Elizabeth Hayes, is awarded a SPUR to study mechanisms of cancer cell migration in our lab this summer!
Congratulations to Qian Xue, a newly minted PhD Candidate, who passed her prelims with flying colors. You're awesome, Qian!
James Carrington wins a poster prize at the annual Developmental Biology Interest Group Retreat - Yay, James!
You’re looking at PhD Candidate, Joey Casalini. Congrats on rocking your prelim, Joey!
The lab welcomes new graduate student, Daniel Greiner, after he successfully defends his end of the first year capstone exams. Congrats and we are happy to have you in the lab!
Postdoc, Chelsea Kidwell, awarded 2 year research grant support from the NCI – Congrats! Look at her in action!
A great poster session to end James’ UROP semester. Thank you to our undergrad, James Carrington, for his hard work this semester, and congrats on your summer research internship at the Mayo Clinic!
There are 2 things our lab is very serious about: white elephant gift exchange... and mustaches.
Fun times with crafting and s'mores.
Qian and Joey both have their first committee meetings (separately, but on the same day!). Congrats on a job well done!
Qian presents the lab's first poster at the Utah Fish Conference.
Our undergrad researcher population grows to 2. Welcome to James Carrington, a junior at the U. Utah!
Our very first postdoc, and she's a great one! Welcome to Chelsea Kidwell from Seattle!
The lab goes bowling as our first lab outing: Everyone knows that a lab who bowls together… I don’t know, but it was fun.
Our spinning disc arrives! Yay for more live cell imaging!
Our first undergrad researcher: Welcome to Elizabeth Hayes from U. Utah Biology!
The Roh-Johnson lab gets its first official graduate students: We are so lucky to have Qian and Joey join the lab!
Joey and Qian pass their capstone exams – Congratulations to both of them!
The Zeiss 880 Airy Scan microscope has arrived. Can’t wait to image zebrafish on it!
3rd rotations start – Welcome to BC student, Qian Xue, and MB student, Joey Casalini!
Roh-Johnson Lab opens for research in the Department of Biochemistry at the University of Utah