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Congratulations to Don Karl for receiving the Graduate Teaching Award at at the Department of Biological Sciences.The Crosby lab is extremely proud of him on this great achievement.
Congratulations to Curtis Foreman and Florida Doci for receiving the top two honours at the Department of Biological Sciences Honours Undergraduate Colloquium!
Curtis Foreman was the recipient of the Franklin-Holder Award for best presentation in Cell/Molecular Biology for his thesis work finding that “Acetolactate Synthase Regulatory Subunits, AIP1 and AIP3, Play Evolutionary Conserved Albeit Divergent Roles in Arabidopsis Development.”
Florida Doci was awarded second place for her work on the “Examination of Orthology Versus Functional Redundancy Among Selected Members of the Skp1-like gene family in Arabidopsis thaliana.”
The Crosby lab is proud of Curtis and Florida on their great success and would like to extend our congratulations to all the honours undergraduate students who presented their work at the colloquium!
Dr. Brian Raught a CRC scientist in Proteomics and Molecular Medicine from the Ontario Cancer Institute in Toronto will be visiting our lab on April 28 and presenting a seminar entitled "TBA"
The Crosby lab in Collaboration with Raju Datla's lab at PBI has published a paper entitled "An Activated Form of UFO Alters Leaf Development and Produces Ectopic Floral and Inflorescence Meristems " in Plos One
The Crosby lab in Collaboration with groups in Harrow and Guelph have published a paper entitled "Genome-wide single nucleotide polymorphism and Insertion-Deletion discovery through next-generation sequencing of reduced representation libraries in common bean" in Molecular Breeding
The Crosby lab published a paper entitled "A comparison of the molecular organization of genomic regions associated with resistance to common bacterial blight in two Phaseolus vulgaris genotypes" in Frontiers in Plant Science
Seth has joined the lab as a new MSc Student welcome Seth!
Crosby lab undergraduate thesis students, Seth, Evgeni and Kerry presented and defended their thesis at the U of Windsor Undergrad Colloquium.
Don successfully transferred into the PhD program! Congratulations Don!
The Crosby lab recently published a paper entitled "The SKP1-Like Gene Family of Arabidopsis Exhibits a High Degree of Differential Gene Expression and Gene Product Interaction during Development" in PLoS ONE
Kerry was named to the Dean's Honor Roll for her excellent academic achievement! Congrats Kerry!
Claudia successfully defended her MSc thesis entitled "A Heuristic Ontological Model of Protein Complexes A Case Study Based on the E3 Ubiquitin Ligase Protein Complexes of Arabidopsis thaliana" Great Job Claudia!
Mohammad received a Queen Elizabeth II Graduate Scholarship in Science and Technology.
The Crosby Lab will be attending the Systems Biology conference in Toronto presenting their recent work entitled "Identification of Ubiquitinated Proteins in Arabidopsis thaliana Using Protein Microarrays"
Danielle was accepted into the MD program at University of Western Ontario, Schulich School of Medicine! Congrats Dee!
Crosby lab undergraduate thesis student, Kim Chipman presented and defended her thesis at the U of Windsor Undergrad Colloquium.
Mohammad was awarded the Graduate Student Society Award!
Dr. Daniela Rotin from the Biochemistry Department at University of Toronto visited the University of Windsor and delivered a Seminar entitled "Biological functions of the Nedd4 Family of Ubiquitin ligases."
Dr. Crosby presented a talk at the Plant and Animal Genome XX Conference in San Diego entitled "E3-Ubiquitin Ligases as a Use-Case Scenario For Developing Quaternary Protein Complex Ontologies"
Dr. Crosby will be attending and giving a talk on SCF Ligase ontology entitled "From Protein Complex to Supra-Complex" at the International Conference on Biomedical Ontology ( ICBO) in Buffalo, NY.
The Crosby lab attended a Bean Genomics group meeting in Guelph. For more information visit the Bean Genomics website
Dr. Crosby discussed the prospects of Bio-renewable Energy in the 21st Century and the development of renewable bio-fuels in a Science Café presentation at Canada South Science City entitled "In Where the Rubber Hits the Road" News Link & Daily News Link
Don Karl Roberto has joined the lab as a new graduate student starting fall 2011. Welcome Don!
Two Crosby lab undergraduate thesis students, Jean Liew and Don Karl Roberto presented and defended their thesis at the U of Windsor Undergrad Colloquium
Dr. Andrzej Wierzbicki (University of Michigan) visited our lab and delivered a Departmental Seminar entitled "Non-coding RNA in Transcriptional Gene Silencing"
Recent lab funding was featured in the Alberta Farmer Express News Link
GenomeWeb News reports recent lab funding News Link
The Bean genome sequencing project is featured in the Guelph Mercury News Link
Danielle Soulliere, and Claudia Dinatale have joined the lab as two new graduate students starting fall 2010 . Welcome girls!
Mohammad Dezfulian was awarded the Biology Department Graduate Excellence Award.
Three Crosby lab undergraduate thesis students, Danielle Soulliere, Madhulika Sareen and Claudia Dinatale presented and defended their thesis at the U of Windsor Undergrad Colloquium.
Dr. Sorina Popescu from the Boyce Thompson Institute for Plant Research at Cornell University visited the University of Windsor and delivered a Departmental Seminar entitled "Charting Signaling Pathways in Plant Immunity: from Large Scale to Mechanisms "
Lab Funding: The Crosby lab was awarded a prestigious Ontario Research Fund ($3,745,700)as part of the Ontario Research Excellence program in collaboration with several other labs across Ontario aimed at developing a draft genome sequence for dry beans.
Marta Franczak defends her MSc Thesis: Marta Franczak successfully defended her Master's thesis entitled: "A survey of: T-DNA insertions in the Arabidopsis SKP1-like (ASK) gene family".