News from 2018

  • Research

Understanding How Small Curved Filaments Create Rod-shaped Cells [Garner Lab]

One of the simplest and highly conserved bacterial shapes is a rod. In order to grow, rod-shaped bacteria restrict their growth so that they maintain a constant width…

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  • Research

From Motion to Mechanism: Cytoskeletal Dynamics Drive Cell Division in Bacteria [Garner Lab]

Cell division is one of the most fundamental processes of life, conserved across all kingdoms. Over the last decades, scientists have identified many of the components involved in…

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  • Announcement

Ethan Garner Promoted to Associate Professor of Molecular and Cellular Biology

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  • Archive

POSTDOC PROFILE: YE-JIN JENNA EUN [GARNER LAB]

“Hey wake up, we’re going somewhere,” Ye-Jin Eun’s parents announced one Sunday afternoon, initiating her transcontinental journey from her hometown of Gwangju, South Korea to the Department of…

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  • Archive

ETHAN GARNER RECEIVES NIH NEW INNOVATOR AWARD

Ethan Garner, an assistant professor in the Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology, is a recipient of the 2014 National Institute of Health (NIH) Director’s New Innovator Award.…

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  • Archive

NEW COURSE: MCB 68 [PROF. ETHAN GARNER AND PROF. JEFF LICHTMAN]

MCB 68: Cell Biology Through the Microscope MCB 68 explores three fundamental fields of eukaryotic cell biology: chromosome segregation, cell motility, and neuroscience. Each topic is approached from…

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  • Archive

ETHAN GARNER CHOSEN AS SEARLE SCHOLAR

Ethan Garner, Assistant Professor of Molecular and Cellular Biology, has been named a Searle Scholar. He is one of 15 exceptional young faculty nationwide to receive this prestigious…

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ETHAN GARNER RECEIVES SMITH FAMILY FOUNDATION BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH AWARD

Assistant Professor Ethan Garner has been selected for a three-year, $300,000 award from the Smith Family Awards Program for Excellence in Biomedical Research. The program was created in…

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  • Archive

ETHAN GARNER TRACKS THE HIDDEN DYNAMICS OF LIFE

Ethan Garner, a new assistant professor in the Molecular and Cellular Biology (MCB) department, watches how bacteria grow and divide at a single molecule level. Using a mix…

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