Dr. Phiel receives NIH funding

July 25, 2016

Dr. Phiel was recently informed that his NIH R15 grant would be funded by the National Institute of General Medical Sciences, through May 2018. Now we can pay for the experiments we need to do!Read more »

Kelsie Faulds successfully defends her thesis

July 25, 2016

Kelsie Faulds recently defended her M.S. thesis, and has now obtained her M.S. in Biology. Kelsie is now working as the BioDesign director at Inworks at the University of Colorado Denver. Congratulations Kelsie!Read more »

Jenni Egelston successfully defends her thesis

Jan. 25, 2016

Jenni defended her thesis on November 4, and graduated on December 12. She is now working as a freelance medical writer from snowy Lake Tahoe. Congratulations Jenni!Read more »

Dr. Phiel receives funding, gives talk at ORS Awards Breakfast

May 18, 2015

Research Services celebrates spring grant awardeesRead more »

Paper on Gsk-3 and DNA methylation published in Molecular Biology of the Cell

April 5, 2015

We recently had a paper accepted at Molecular Biology of the Cell describing the effects of Gsk-3 deletion on DNA methylation in the entire genome of mouse embryonic stem cells (ESCs). Performed in collaboration with scientists at Life Technologies (now Thermo Fisher), the data revealed significant reductions in DNA methylation... Read more »

Jenni defends M.S. thesis proposal

Feb. 3, 2015

Jenni successfully defended her M.S. thesis proposal! She is now on track to graduate by the end of 2015. Congratulations Jenni!Read more »

Hanna accepted to Johns Hopkins!

Feb. 3, 2015

Hanna has been accepted into the Johns Hopkins University M.S. Program in Biotechnology with a concentration in Molecular Targets and Drug Discovery Technologies. She will start in the summer of 2015. Congratulations Hanna!Read more »