Welcome to the Devenport Lab!
Laboratory of Tissue Polarity and Patterning
We study how cells are organized into tissues and how tissue architecture is maintained during growth and regeneration.
Sep 2013: The school year has begun, and we welcome rotation student, Kim!
July 2013: This summer, we are glad to have Princeton undergraduates Breanna McMahon (senior thesis student) and Kacie Farrell, and Univ of Texas - El Paso undergraduate Irving Miramontes, who are all participating in the Summer Undergraduate Research Program.
June 2013: We are excited to have graduate student Bryan join the lab! Also congratulations to our senior thesis student Joseph, who has graduated in the Princeton Class of 2013!
May 2013: Danelle was invited to attend and speak at the Gordon Research Conference on Epithelial Differentiation & Keratinization, held May 12-17 in Barga, Italy.
April 2013: Danelle was named a 2013 Searle Scholar! She also was invited to attend and speak at the Planar Cell Polarity conference, held April 14-17 at Janelia Farm Research Campus.
March 2013: Welcome to graduate rotation students Joel and Allison!
January 2013: Welcome to Brad, our new postdoc! And a big *CONGRATULATIONS* to Wen and Rezma for passing their general exams!
December 2012: Welcome to the lab, graduate rotation student, Hendia!
October 2012: Clay, Wen and Rezma all presented posters at the Mol Bio Department's annual retreat, held Oct 5-6. Great job, guys!
September 2012: Welcome to graduate rotation student, Bryan!
July 2012: Welcome to our first postdoc, Clay! Welcome also to MD/PhD rotation students Jeremy and Alice, and high school student, Aashna! The lab is getting full now! :D
June 2012: Welcome to the lab, Wen and Rezma, our first two graduate students! Welcome also to Halley, who is joining us as a senior graduate student.
May 2012: Our first Princeton undergraduate senior thesis student, Joseph, has joined the lab! Welcome!
March 2012: Welcome to graduate rotation student, Wenyang!
December 2011: Welcome to Wen and Rezma, our first graduate rotation students!
November 2011: Our first big equipment order arrives!
October 2011: Katie Bradbury, Lab Manager and Research Specialist, becomes the first member of the Devenport lab. Welcome, Katie!
September 2011: Danelle joins the Department of Molecular Biology at Princeton as Assistant Professor.