Sneha’s collaboration with the Vidal-Gadea lab is out in print at PNAS
Welcome to rotation students Fred Yeboah and Alex Neitz (UW MCB program).
First Singhvi Lab Holiday Party. Happy Holidays!
Singhvi lab WINS the uber-competitive and heavily coveted Fred Hutch Pumpkin Carving Award as the “Most Horrific Pumpkin”! OOOO-YAY!!! Live worms, broken pipette through torn gloves, broken Nobel medal and specimen slides….and an ongoing plastic roach infestation in the PI’s office (YIKES!)
Maria Purice joins the lab as our first postdoc, welcome Maria!
Sneha wins a competitive T32 Neuroscience Training grant award. Congratulations, Sneha!
Riley Kimsey joins the lab as our Research Administrator, welcome Riley! She keeps our administrative toes in line, and her favorite color is (128, 0, 128).
Science and fun at the Fred Hutch Basic Science Retreat, Museum of Flight.
Awesome news: Stephan, Sneha and Cecilia have their “previous lab” papers out + multiple birthday celebrations! i.e. we spent every week with cake, beer, or both, for months (oh, and a “no-photo-evidence” lab ice-cream outing). We forgot to take pics of all.
Erik Black joins the lab as Research Technician, meme collator, and official Radiohead fan. Welcome Erik!
Lab @ C. elegans Neuro Meeting in Madison, WI. Stephan presents the lab’s first poster!
Stephan Raiders joins the lab as our first MCB graduate student, welcome Stephan!
Sneha Ray joins the lab as our first Neuroscience graduate student, welcome Sneha!
Aakanksha is delighted to join the Department of Biological Structure, UW School of Medicine as an Affiliate Assistant Professor.
Just Hatched! Bai-Singhvi labs warming party
Aakanksha gives a talk at UW Biochemistry
Cecilia Martin is the first Singhvi lab member, welcome Cecilia! Now we officially get down to business. Cecilia makes sure to keep the lab up and running, and is our worm database czar.
Welcome to rotation students Stephan Raiders (UW MCB program) and Sneha Ray (UW Neuroscience program)
Aakanksha arrives at Fred Hutch