Welcome to the Burdine Lab!
April 2014 Meagan Grant receives Honorable Mention from the NSF for her predoctoral fellowship application. Congratulations!!
March 2014 Welcome to our Spring rotation student Christina Karas!
December 2013 Welcome to second rotation students Kim Box and Edith Blackman!
October 2013 Rebecca Burdine participates in a press conference hosted by ASCB on the effects of the shutdown on biomedical science. See coverage here.
September 2013 Jason McSheene is awarded the Thomas J. Silhavy Graduate Advocacy Prize at the Molecular Biology Departmental Retreat. Congratulations!!
September 2013 Labs in Molecular Biology, including the Burdine Lab, are featured in the Sept. 18th version of the Princeton Alumni Weekly Magazine. Click here to see the story page. Click here for Burdine lab story.
September 2013 Welcome to our Fall rotation student Matthew Lefevbre!
July 2013 "DYX1C1 is required for axonemal dynein assembly and ciliary motility" is published in Nature Genetics
June 2013 Welcome to our summer students Kristina Ali, Lindsey Bierwert, Anna Niroomand, and Hope Xu!
June 2013 Burdine Lab research featured in a New York Times article on Left-Right Patterning.
June 2013 Marcus Wong and Tommy An graduate from Princeton with Honors in Molecular Biology! Congratulations!!
June 2013 Graduate students Jose Pelliccia and Meagan Grant join the lab. Welcome!
April 2013 Granton Jindal awarded an NSF Predoctoral Fellowship. Congratulations!!
April 2013 Jason McSheene awarded a UNCF Merck Graduate Science Research Fellowship. Congratulations!!
April 2013 New postdoctoral associate Daniel T. Grimes joins the lab. Welcome!
March 2013 Graduate student Nicholas Morante joins the lab. Welcome!
March 2013 " Functional knowledge transfer for high-accuracy prediction of under-studied biological processes" is published in PLoS Computational Biology
January 2013 - Burdine Lab research featured in Discovery -Princeton's annual research magazine.
January 2013 " Integration of Nodal and BMP signals in the heart requires FoxH1 to create left-right differences in cell migration rates that direct cardiac asymmetry" is published in PLoS Genetics