CTEGD Blog

Amazing Students: Trisha Dalapati

[caption id="attachment_4722" align="aligncenter" width="600"] One of the reasons Trisha Dalapati chose to attend UGA was because it has an environment and curriculum valuing a balance between the liberal arts and science. (Photo by Andrew Davis Tucker/UGA)[/caption] Trisha Dalapati has immersed herself in everything UGA offers, from...

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Trainee Spotlight: Ciro Cordeiro

  Dr. Ciro D. Cordeiro recently completed his Ph.D. training in Roberto Docampo's laboratory. I was born in Brazil and grew up in a small city in the heart of the country, a place of great natural beauty dominated by savannas and agriculture. I have always been...

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Trainee Adds New Tool to the Trypanosome Toolbox

[caption id="attachment_4660" align="aligncenter" width="600"] mCLING-staining of membrane (green) and DAPI staining of DNA (magenta) in trypanosomes in various life cycle stages. Flagella appear as tube-like structures along the length of the cell body. Nanotubes can be seen projecting outward from the periphery of the cells.[/caption] When...

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UGA Flow Day 2018

The faculty and staff of the University of Georgia Cytometry Shared Resource Laboratories invite you to a day of flow cytometry education on June 26 at Paul D. Coverdell Center for Biomedical and Health Sciences. Anyone currently using the technology of flow cytometry or planning to...

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Trainee Spotlight: Anat Florentin

Anat Florentin, a post-doctoral associate in Vasant Muralidharan's laboratory, is originally from Israel. She received her BSc degree from Tel-Aviv University and MSc from the Weizmann Institute of Science. She obtained her Ph.D. also from the Weizmann Institute where she studied programmed cell death mechanisms...

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