Bret will be starting his new job as a Research Specialist at the Stowers Institute this summer. Congrats Bret!
John Gillies was selected to be on the Molecular Biophysics Training Grant for a second year.
Alex was selected to be on the Cellular and Molecular Genetics Training Grant.
Sam was named an HHMI investigator.
Tien will be starting graduate school soon at Harvard in the MCO program. Congrats Tien!
Our review on Cytoplasmic dynein with Andrew Carter and Ron Vale is out in Nature Reviews in Molecular Cell Biology.
Cassie got a job working with Nikon as an Advanced Imaging Specialist. Congrats Cassie!
Alex Stevens from the Biological Sciences PhD program joined the lab. Welcome Alex!
Aga received an NIH NRSA postdoctoral fellowship!
Our paper on how Lis1 regulates dynein in two opposing ways is out in Cell.
Check out our new work on the human dynein interactome in eLife.
Rachael McMinimy joined the lab as a Research Associate. Welcome Rachael!
John Gillies was selected to be on the Molecular Biophysics Training Grant.
Jenna recieved an NIH NRSA postdoctoral fellowship!
Mike got a job at the University of Michigan/ Life Sciences Institute. Congratulations Mike! @cianfrocco_lab
John Gillies from the Division of Biology PhD program joined the lab.
The lab marched for science in San Diego!
Jenna Christensen joined the lab as a postdoctoral fellow.
Sam was named an HHMI-Simons Faculty Scholar.
Agnieszka (Aga) Kendrick joined the lab as a postdoctoral fellow.
Martin started his new job as an Assistant Professor of Plant Pathology at the University of Arkansas.
Mark defended his Ph.D. Congratulations Dr. McClintock! Mark is going to Simon Bullock's lab at the LMB MRC for postdoctoral studies.
Ian will be starting medical school at Northwestern University in the fall. Congratulations Ian!
Cassandra (Cassie) Niman joined the lab as a postdoctoral fellow.
The Reck-Peterson Lab at UCSD is up and running!
Phuoc (Tien) Tran joined the lab as a lab manager.
The Reck-Peterson Lab is moving to the University of California, San Diego this summer!
Sirui defended her thesis. Congratulations Dr. Zou!
Sam and Andres Leschziner received the Bjorkman-Strominger-Wiley Prize for Collaboration from the Molecular and Cellular Biology department at Harvard for their ongoing collaboration to determine how dynein is regulated.
Anthony will be starting his own group at Birkbeck, Univeristy of London as a Sir Henry Dale Wellcome Fellow in October. Congratulations Anthony!
Sam was elected to serve as a member of the ASCB council for a 3 year term.
Sam and Tom Schwarz (Children's Hospital) received a grant from the Harvard/MIT Joint Research Grants Program in Basic Neuroscience.
Morgan received a Jane Coffin Childs Postdoctoral Fellowship.
Brian started his new job as an Associate at Flagship VentureLabs.
Brian defended his thesis on November 8th! Congratulations Dr. Goodman!
Weihong started his new job as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Physics at Oregon State University.
Nate started his new job as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Biological Sciences at Smith College.
Julie started her new job as the Director of Research Administration in the Department of Cell Biology at Harvard Medical School.
Mike received a Damon Runyon Postdocotral Fellowship Award.
Sam received the American Society of Cell Biology WICB Junior Award for Excellence in Research.
Mark received a NIH NINDS F31 Graduate Fellowship.
Brian was accepted to the Flagship VentureLabs Fellows Program.
Nate defended his thesis on April 29th. Congratulations Dr. Derr!
Sam was promoted to Associate Professor of Cell Biology.
Read the Journal of Cell Biology's "People and Ideas" piece about Sam.
Sam was named a John and Virginia Kaneb Fellow.
Our paper showing a tug-of-war between dynein and kinesin was highlighted in a Science Perspective.
Bret defended his thesis on October 2nd! Congratulations Dr. W. Bret Redwine!
Our paper on the structural basis for microtubule binding and release by dynein was highlighted on the department website of Harvard Molecular and Cellular Biology (Dynein Puts Its Best Foot Forward).
Our paper on Lis1 was highlighted by Cell preview.
Sam was awarded a “Young Mentor Award” from Harvard Medical School.
Our paper on the role of Lis1 in initiating dynein transport was highlighted by the Journal of Cell Biology.
Our paper on dynein stepping was highlighted by Harvard Medical School's Focus website (Molecular Motor Struts Like Drunken Sailor), the Marine Biology Laboratory (Walk This Way: Scientists and MBL Physiology Course Students Describe How a Motor Protein “Steps Out” ), and Nature Research News and Views (Molecular motors: A staggering giant).
Sam was named “Associate Director of the Biological and Biomedical Sciences Graduate Program” at Harvard Medical School.
Weihong was awarded the American Heart Association Founders Affiliate Postdoctoral Fellowship.
Anthony was awarded the Sir Henry Wellcome Postdoctoral Fellowship.
Sam was awarded a HMS Junior Faculty Armenise-Harvard Grant
Sam was named a Rita Allen and Milton E. Cassel Scholar by the Rita Allen Foundation.
Sam received the Carolyn and Peter Lynch Endowed Research Fund Award.
Sam was the recipient of the 2008 NIH Director’s New Innovator Award.