LAB NEWS

6/21/2019

A hearty welcome to Becca Spangler, who joined the group this spring to study conservation of biological timekeeping mechanisms in conjunction with our friends in Jordan Ward's group in the Department of Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology at UCSC. Welcome,...

5/31/2019

I wanted to highlight a note I just received on the importance of moving to permanent Standard Time from Susan Golden, Director of the UCSD Center for Circadian Biology, (CCB) and Steve Kay, Keck School of Medicine, USC.

Why is Daylight Savings Time (DST) bad? To put i...

5/28/2019

Many thanks to Megan Molteni for the opportunity to chat with her for this piece in Wired.  This is an outstanding article highlighting the promise of new approaches to enhance circadian rhythms to promote overall health and wellbeing.  A special shout to Jake Chen at...

5/22/2019

A hearty congrats out to Bec, who was awarded a 2019 NSF Graduate Research Fellowship. This highly competitive fellowship is only awarded to ~12% of applicants... way to go, Bec!

5/21/2019

Congrats to our superstar undergraduate, Alfred Freeberg, for being awarded one of five Douglas Drexler Scholarships from the UCSC Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry.  This award is given to the top academic achievers in the department. Way to go, Alfred!

5/20/2019

Many thanks to Michael Brunner for sending along a set of adorable clock-themed pencil sharpeners to the lab.  How very timely, Michael!!

5/20/2019

A hearty congrats out to Sabrina Hunt, who was just awarded an F32 postdoctoral fellowship from the NIGMS on her project looking at dynamics and regulatory interactions of Casein Kinase 1!

4/1/2019

Thanks to Jenny and Frank for hosting a fun Harry Potter-themed going away party at their house for postdoctoral fellow Efrain Ceh Pavia, who is moving on to a new biotech job in the Bay Area.  We'll miss your mad cloning and purification skills, Efrain -- all the the...

3/30/2019

A hearty congratulations to David Au (UC Irvine) and three current or former Partch lab members for winning poster prizes at the 2019 Center for Circadian Biology Symposium back in February.  Pictured from left to right are David Au (Holmes lab graduate student, UC Irv...

3/18/2019

Many thanks to Jacqueline Detwiler for including us in her fun article entitled, "Why you should have heart surgery in the afternoon", featuring comments from us as well as John Hogenesch (Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center).  

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