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The theme of this year’s Halloween costume meeting was pirates. Nobody could see very well during the photoshoot because the eyepatch really blocked the view of one of the eyes. No wonder we never meet any former pirate who later … Continue reading
At MEOW lab we are hungry for scientific discoveries but hungrier for good food. Thanks to Jen’s organization we were very lucky to satiate our appetites for both by having dinner with our collaborators whom we usually see via Zoom … Continue reading
We celebrated Jen’s birthday by treating ourselves to a load of crabs at a crab shack. It was a perfect summer dinner. Happy Birthday Jen!
Matt successfully defended his thesis and earned his doctorate today. It has been a long and hard journey but Matt got through all the extraordinary challenges brought by experiments, publication process and the pandemic with perseverance and courage. We are … Continue reading
We officially celebrated Wei-Hung’s academic achievement today with other newly minted doctors at Homewood field. We are so honored to have you work with us Wei-Hung!
In place of out annual ASCB MEOW family and friends dinner, this year we celebrated the passing of 2021, as well as Junjie’s timely birthday, in the charm city. We are grateful to have many young bloods joining use, after … Continue reading
During the group meeting on the last Friday of October, we celebrated Halloween by dressing up as wizards. It was a day of flooding and storm, as evident in this blurred picture below where everybody was trying to hold on … Continue reading
We are delighted to host Ernest Iu from Department of Cell & Systems Biology, University of Toronto for three days at Hopkins. We learned a lot from his wonderful talk “Motility, Mechanics and Microscopes: Regulation of cell migration by Ca2+ … Continue reading
As Johns Hopkins reopens we are pleased to welcome a new batch undergraduate research scientists to join MEOW lab, Rachel Li (BME), Hannah Qu (BME), Shahad Ashkanani (ChemBE) and Ryan Retino (ME). We are excited to work with you as … Continue reading