Bashaw Lab News
Bashaw Lab News
June 2022, Congratulations to former Postdoctoral Fellow Elise Arbeille for her new position as Assistant Professor of Physiology at Aix-Marseille University!
April 2022, Congratulations to Sarah Gagnon for her fellowship award from the CIHR!
March 2022, Congratulations to Postdoctoral fellow Kate Laws for her new position as an Assistant Professor at Randolph Macon College! We will miss you Kate.
December 2021, Congratulations to Samantha Russell and Kate Laws for their recent publication in Development.
November 2021, Congratulations to Samantha Russell and Karina Chaudhari who successfully defended their Theses this month!!
October 2021, Welcome new lab members, Research Specialist Chloe Potter and Postdoctoral Fellow Camila Barrios-Camacho!
August, 2021: Congratulations to the Bashaw Lab for the new NIH RO1 to support our work on axon guidance in the mammalian spinal cord. Special shout out to Madhavi Gorla and Karina Chaudhari without whom we would have never received this grant!
April, 2021: Congratulations to Karina Chaudhari for her recent publication on Robo signaling in eLife! Way to go Karina!
June, 2021: Sarah Gagnon officially joins the Bashaw Lab for her thesis work! Welcome Sarah :)
March, 2021: Congratulations to Ed Waddell for his new position as Assistant Professor of Biology at Holy Family University.
March, 2020: Congratulations to former graduates student Mike O'Donnell on his new job as an Assistant Professor at Yale! October, 2019: Congratulations to Karina Chaudhari and Madhavi Gorla for the their co-authorship on the recent publication from our collaboration with the Cullen Lab in Nature Cell Biology!
September, 2019: Congratulations to Kelly Sullivan (DSRB) for being awarded a NRSA pre-doctoral fellowship from NINDS. Way to go Kelly! Also, welcome to new PennPORT postdoctoral fellow, Ed Waddell!
July, 2019: Congratulations to the Bashaw Lab for the renewal of our NSF grant. This grant supports part of our research program and our high school outreach program. This renewal will fund the lab for another four years (project years 6 though 9) starting August 1st.
June, 2019: Maya Hale officially joins the Bashaw Lab for her thesis work!
May, 2019: Congratulations to Greg for being selected to receive the Jane Glick Memorial Graduate Student Teaching and Mentoring Award!!
April, 2019 More Public High School Outreach (And a Roundabout we go!): Members of the Bashaw lab and other volunteers made class room visits to six Philadelphia High Schools as part of our NSF-funded DrosoPhila outreach program. Thanks to everyone who contributed their time to this important effort! Special thanks to postdoc Kate Laws for coordinating the visits.
March, 2019 First Mouse Paper from the lab! Congratulations to postdoc Madhavi Gorla for the publication of her paper, 'Ndfip proteins target Robo receptors for degradation and allow commissural axons to cross the floor plate in the developing spinal cord' in Cell Reports. Congratulations also to graduate students Karina Chaudhari and Celine Santiago for co-authorship.
March, 2019: Welcome to CAMB rotation student Maya Hale! Welcome back to Maya, a former SUIP summer fellow in our lab.
January, 2019: Welcome to CAMB rotation students Elizabeth Gallagher (DSRB) and Gabriella Vida (G&E)!
November, 2018 Public High School Outreach (Flies on Ice!): Members of the Bashaw lab and other volunteers made class room visits to six Philadelphia High Schools as part of our NSF-funded DrosoPhila outreach program. Thanks to everyone who contributed their time to this important effort! Special thanks to postdoc Kate Laws for coordinating the visits.
September, 2018: Madhavi wins poster prize! Congratulations to postdoc Madhavi Gorla for winning the $500 best poster award at the Cold Spring Harbor conference on the Molecular Mechanisms of Neuronal Connectivity. Nice Job Madhavi!
August, 2018: Kate receives fellowship! Congratulations to postdoc Kate Laws for being awarded a PennPORT postdoctoral fellowship.
July, 2018: Kelly receives training grant award! Congratulations to CAMB-DSRB graduate student Kelly Sullivan for being named to the Cell and Molecular Biology Training Grant!
April, 2018: NGG Graduate Student Daniel Schonhaut was selected to receive an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship. Read about the program here (https://www.nsf.gov/news/news_summ.jsp?cntn_id=245024&org=NSF&from=news) Congratulations Daniel!
March, 2018: Congratulations to postdoctoral fellow Elise Arbeille for her recently accepted PLoS Genetics article: 'Brain Tumor promotes axon growth across the midline through interactions with the microtubule stabilizing protein Apc2!'
February, 2018: Congratulations to undergraduate Henry Zhou for winning the University Y prize, and his acceptance to Columbia Medical School!! Way to go Henry!
January, 2018: Developmental Dynamics Review Article! Congratulations to CAMB graduate student Samantha Russell for the publication of her review article: “Axon guidance pathways and the control of gene expression.” (See publications)
December, 2017: Kevin Wiles receives training grant award! Congratulations to CAMB-G&E graduate student Kevin Wiles for being named to the Developmental Biology Training Grant!
April 2017: Cell Reports Paper! Congratulations to CAMB graduate student Celine Santiago for her article in Cell Reports, “Islet coordinately regulates motor axon guidance and dendrite targeting through the Frazzled/DCC receptor.” (See publications)
January, 2017: Cell Reports Paper! Congratulations to Neuroscience graduate student Melissa Hernandez-Fleming and undergraduate Ethan Rohrbach for their article in Cell Reports, "Sema-1a reverse signaling promotes midline crossing in response to secreted Semaphorins." (See publications)
December 1, 2016: Research Program Award to Bashaw Lab! Congratulations to Greg and the lab for receiving the Research Program Award, an 8-year renewable grant from NINDS!
2016: Celine Santiago, Ph.D., CAMB graduate student, wins three university-wide research awards for her thesis dissertation. Congratulations to Celine whose thesis research was selected for the Louis Flexner Neuroscience prize, the Kadesch Genetics prize and the Winegrad award for Cell and Molecular Biology! Has this ever happened before?