12/22/2018: Our paper on how ALS-linked SOD1 mutants enhance regenerative properties of adult motor neurons has been published at iScience. Congratulations to Zach, Tracy-Ann, and all other supporting authors!
12/1/2018: The Vitriol lab is heading to the ASCB/EMBO 2018 meeting. Zach will be presenting a talk in the Mechanisms of Neurodegeneration microsymposium and a poster on 12/9, Kristen will be presenting a poster on 12/11.
11/1/2018: The Vitriol lab is heading to the Society for Neuroscience 2018 meeting. Zach will be presenting a poster.
6/15/2018: Eric receives a Starter Grant from The ALS Association!
4/23/2018: Our new paper on how ALS-linked SOD1 mutants enhance regenerative properties of adult motor neurons is available as a preprint on bioRxiv.
2/28/2018: Eric gives a seminar to the Cell and Developmental Biology Department at SUNY Upstate Medical College.
2/5/2018: Kristen Skruber lead the effort that successfully renewed the Early Career Meeting Grant from ASCB to put on the Florida Translational Cell Biology meeting at UF this fall for the second year in a row. Keynote speaker Jim Bear (UNC-CH) already confirmed! Stay tuned to https://translationalcellbiology.org/ for information and updates.
1/15/2018: New Vitriol lab review “Reconsidering an active role for G-actin in cytoskeletal regulation” out in Journal of Cell Science.
1/2/2018: Vitriol lab attends the ASCB/EMBO meeting in Philadelphia. Zach and Kristen will be presenting posters.
10/30/2017: Zach Osking wins $500 travel award to present his poster “Enhanced Neurite Outgrowth and Regeneration in ALS Resistant Motor Neurons from SOD1 Mutant Mouse Models” at the Cell Biology of Degeneration and Repair in the Nervous System doorstop meeting at ASCB/EMBO 2017.
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