Congrats to Carlo, Jenny and Colby!
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 Irvine), Gian Carlo Parico (Partch lab graduate student and HHMI Gilliam Fellow), Jenny Fribourgh (Partch lab postdoctoral fellow and UCSC Chancellor's Fellow), and Colby Sandate (Partch lab undergraduate alum and
Clocks in Popular Mechanics
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).
11 cities, 6 countries, 16,474 miles
I was fortunate to have been invited to speak at a few outstanding meetings in Germany last fall and managed to make an amazing 5-week trip out of it by squeezing in visits and seminars with a number of colleagues in Europe. My trip kicked off with an exciting meeting at the Institute of Molecular Biology in Mainz, Germany where Eva Wolf and Achim Kramer hosted a terrific symposium on Molecular Mechanisms of Circadian Clocks. From there, I flew to Cambridge, UK to visit Mick
A very belated congrats to the lab on their awesome group costume as Jurassic Partch, which took the top prize in the UCSC Physical Sciences Building Group Costume Competition in 2018.