Subramanian Lab News
Nandini and Frankie wrote an extremely detailed protocol paper on reconstituting the dynamics of crosslinked and non-crosslinked microtubules...
Thrilled to have this accepted just before the new year! Congrats Nandini and Frankie.
Sitara’s work on AFM imaging of depolymerizing microtubule arrays is accepted for publication!
Congratulations to Sitara, Frankie and Jason!
Welcome to the lab, Anju!!
At the 2021 ASCB meeting, Farah and Radhika co-chaired a subgroup session, “Not Just a Cellular Railroad: Microtubules as Cargoes and Signaling Centers”, together with Le Ma (Jefferson) and Aga Kendrick (UCSD)!
We had a load of fun organizing this and Farah and Aga gave beautiful talks.
Radhika presented the lab’s work at a special subgroup session celebrating the 50th anniversary of ASCB’s Women In Cell Biology program.
Nandini is selected as an ISFS Associate for the Intersections Science Fellows Symposium, November 2021.
Farah is selected to speak at the Rising Stars in Cancer Biology Symposium
Organized by: The University of Utah, Department of Oncological Sciences and the Huntsman Cancer institute (HCI). Congratulations!!
Nandini gave a beautiful talk on differential regulation of crosslinked arrays and single microtubules at the Motors in Quarantine webinar series.
Congratulations Farah, Christian and (co-authors). https://www.biorxiv.org/content/10.1101/2021.09.30.462597v1
Welcome to Sree, the newest postdoc to join the lab. We are excited to have you on the team.
Lauryn Aliwalas joins the lab as a research tech. Welcome!
It was wonderful to gather together after nearly a year and a half for Alex's farewell dinner.
We miss you, Alex!
Alex heads to grad school. Good luck - come back and visit us!
Radhika and Nandini attend the 'Mitotic spindle: From living and synthetic systems to theory’ conference.
Nandini gave a fantastic talk on her reconstitution of the differential regulation of spatially proximal single microtubules and crosslinked bundles.
Thank’s to the organizers of MGH's YPG Trivia Night. We had a lot of fun!
We had a lot of fun cracking the code to escape our virtual room at our zoom holiday party.
Not only did we avoid turning into zombies (with merely 45 seconds to spare), we found the cure-all vaccine as well! Yay!
Thanks to the folks at Escape Experience, Chattanooga for a wonderful experience.
We are thrilled that our new Atomic Force Microscope has arrived.
We are excited that Nandini is back in Boston! Welcome back!
Farah presented her work at the Genetics Dept. DJ Club and at the UK Cilia Network e-Symposia Series.
We celebrated Christian’s acceptance to grad school.
Farah receives the best poster award at the Genetics Department retreat. Yay!
Farah is selected as a ‘2020 Leading Edge Fellow’. Congratulations!
Sitara’s poster at the Biophysical Society meeting in San Diego is a success!
Continuous interest for over 2 hours.
Lauryn joins the lab remotely. Welcome!
The lab receives funding from the American Cancer Society. Thank you, ACS!
Irene joins the lab. Welcome!
Sitara is selected as an eLife Community Ambassador. Congratulations!
Shuo and Nandini’s paper on Kif7 is accepted for publication! Congratulations!
The lab attends another excellent BAMM meeting.
Shuo’s farewell party was a super fun Boston food crawl!
We wish Shuo the best as he starts his new position. We will miss you!
Nam, Alex and Frankie join the lab. Welcome!
FASEB-Cilia and Flagella meeting in beautiful Colorado!
We celebrate our 5th “Labbiversary”.
We attend the Molbio department retreat.
Everyone in the lab presented a poster! Radhika was super jetlagged after the CSH-Asia meeting in China!
We did an axoneme prep from sea urchin.
Nandini gave a fantastic talk at the ASCB meeting in Washington DC. Congratulations!
Hot pot lab dinner for Nam’s farewell and holiday party.
Come back and visit us often, Nam! Lab meetings will be less fun without your presentations.