Lab News

May 18, 2017

07/2016: Bahar Javdan joins the lab as a rotation student. Welcome!

07/2016: Work from the lab is featured on the NIH Director’s Blog. Happy July 4th!

 06/2016: Half of the Petry Lab pursues collaborative research with Simone Reber’s lab at the Marine Biological Laboratory in Woods Hole. Thanks to the Princeton-Humboldt Award for funding!

06/2016: Ray and Sabine lead a joint project with the Lippincott-Schwartz lab in the Physiology Course in Woods Hole.

06/2016: Ray leads the biochemistry bootcamp with Bob Fisher in the in infamous Physiology Course in Woods Hole.

06/2016: Michael Rale joins the lab as a graduate student. Welcome!

05/2016: Marina finishes her senior thesis and oral exam. Congrats and good luck with your next position!

05/2016: Elbeg submits her junior thesis. Congrats! Now on to the senior thesis…

05/2016: Matt’s and Sabine’s chapter in Methods of Molecular Biology is out!

04/2016: Rachel Kadzick is awarded an NIH post-doctoral fellowship. Congrats!
04/2016: Sabine’s Annual Review of Biochemistry article on mitotic spindle assembly is available online.

04/2016: Sabine participate at the HHMI Gilliam Mentor Workshop.

03/2016: Akanksha wins the inaugural SABIC award for best general exam examination performation in the CBE department. It comes with a cash prize and a plaque that will be displayed for all eternity in the E-quad. Congrats!

02/106: The team consisting of Sabine Petry (Mol Bio), Josh Shaevitz (Physics) and Haw Yang (Chemistry) receive Princeton’s Schmidt Transformative Technology Fund Award!

02/2016: Sabine gives a talk at Brandeis University. Thanks to Charlotte Kelley and Avital Rodal for the invite!

01/2016: Sabine gives a talk at Dartmouth University. Thanks to Corey Allard for the student-invited lecture!

01/2016: Elbeg Erdenee joins the lab for her junior thesis. Welcome!

01/2016: Akanksha and Sagar pass their general exams. Congrats!

12/2015: The Petry Lab celebrates its 3rd Annual Holiday Party.

12/2015: Sabine presents at the ASCB Meeting.