During the 64th annual meeting of the Biophysical Society in San Diego, CA it was announced that Caitlin was elected Member-at-Large of the Biopolymers in Vivo Subgroup (2021-2023). Congratulations, Caitlin!
- Feb 26, 2020
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In collaboration with the Godula lab at UCSD and Read lab at UCSD, the Scialog team proposal "Metabolite Pools: Where are they, who's using them, and can we?" was funded by the Research Corporation for Science Advancement and the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation. Funding for this proposal has the goal of catalyzing breakthroughs in our understanding of chemical processes in the living cell that will lead to a new era of advancement in cell biology. We look forward to collaborating on this project! https://rescorp.org/gdresources/docs/2019-RCSA-Awards-Summary.pdf
The Davis lab was awarded a Yale Endowed Postdoctoral Fellowship in the Biological Sciences: Rudolph J. Anderson Postdoctoral Fellowship for research and investigation in biochemistry. We look forward to welcoming a postdoctoral fellow to the lab!
- Mar 11, 2019
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Updated: Mar 25, 2019
I'm excited to announce that the Davis Lab will be starting at Yale University in January 2020. I am looking for enthusiastic and motivated scientists - postdocs, graduate students, and undergraduates - to join me! Our research is at the interface of biology, physics, and chemistry, so I am recruiting researchers from diverse backgrounds. Projects will be tailored to your research interests and expertise. Group members can expect to receive training in a combination of protein and RNA biophysics, live cell microscopy, spectroscopy, lasers, mathematical modeling, and physical chemistry. Experience in all of these areas is not necessary - just enthusiasm and willingness to learn! See the group page for more information on how to apply.