OLD NEWS 2019
MCB Graduate student, Carline Fermino do Rosario, joins the Ross Lab. Welcome (back), Carline!
New paper accepted at Soft Matter about how microtubules can self-organize into "spindles" without motors.
Congratulations Bianca, Sumon, Carline, and Anthony on your publication!
The Ross Lab has relocated to Syracuse University, Physics Department.
New paper published at Physical Review Letters
about how single enzymes diffuse faster in the presence of their enzyme substrates (fuel).
Congratulations graduate student Mengqi Xu on her first, first author paper!
Sid Advani returns to walk at graduate commencement and be hooded as a PhD. Congratulations, Sid!
New paper on microtubule severing enzymes and their ability to depolymerize microtubules that lack the carboxy-terminal tail accepted for publication at Cytoskeleton. Congratulations Liudmila, Megan, Madison, and Arianna on this paper!
Undergraduate researchers present their research at the Undergraduate Research Conference. Congratulations Linda, Ben, Lena, Ryan, and Austin on your posters!
Record-breaking nine undergraduate researchers from the Ross Lab graduate this May. Congratulations, Ross Labbies!
Jenny Ross and Ross Lab research highlighted at Physics!
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