This is the last week for Buse in doing her summer research in Bae lab. Buse will give a short talk summarizing her research experience.
Biology of Spermatozoa meeting initiated by Dr. Tim Birkhead. Derbyshire, UK, has a beautiful and peaceful fauna and flora. Interesting meeting focused on evolutionary and behavioral reproduction from plug formation to sperm competition.
It's the 2nd Anniversary to the Chung lab at Yale!
Seema has worked very hard during the summer and it's her debut for a short talk in the lab meeting!
We'll also have Delfina, fresh G1 student who will rotate in the lab, to visit the lab and attend the meeting. Welcome to Yale and Chung lab, Delfina!
Jae's turn to Journal Club!
Chung-Bae lab summer picnic at Hammonasset Beach State Park. We met the whole families and had a great time!
The official first member of Chung lab, Fred - who was a brave senior undergraduate back then - just finished his first year at Baylor and had a surprise visit to the lab today! He was in the middle of trip to east coast with his parents from China! Not prepared at all and forgot to take a picture together but it was great to see him thrive at Baylor.
We'll learn about her previous research background. Japanese rice cookies from Ikawa group to be served during the talk!
Jae had many visitors to his poster. Time to relax at the end of the meeting!
We're hosting Masa to give a special seminar in the department. Great turn out on a hot summer day. Ikawa group's visit to Cushing Center.
2nd program of the year with Shannon. Many curious eyes and a lot of questions. Reproduction rocks!
We will have a Journal Club. To be presented by Byoung.
Manavi joins Bae lab as a post-doctoral fellow. Welcome to Chung-Bae joint lab, Manavi!
Jae presents his research progress.
We wrote a Preview on Luca Jovine group's structure of VERL-Lysin complex, the egg coat receptor with its cognate sperm ligand.
It is Jae's first first-author and Jean-Ju's first senior-author paper! :)
Byoung-Il presents his research update.
Jean-Ju and Shannon launch "Reproductive Physiology Club" as a part of Yale Pathways to Science, an outreach educational program for high school students.
We will have candidates' talk for our lab recruitment.
at the Center for Research on Reproduction and Women's Health. Hosted by Dr. George Gerton
One science talk and one career talk invited by students and post-docs! A great group of membrane protein scientists - visit http://www.sfb807.de/membrane-transport.html to peek at their research interest.