The Huttenlocher Lab is looking for new postdoc candidates. If you are interested go to jobs.wisc.edu/research for more information
Ashley Peterson, a new student Comparative Biomedical Sciences Graduate Program, has join the Huttenlocher Lab. Welcome!
We hare happy to announce that two lab members have join our lab. Russell Burke will join as a postdoctoral associate, and Taylor Schoen as a graduate student. Welcome!
CMB student, Morgan Giese, has join the Huttenlocher lab! Welcome Morgan!
LeBert D, Squirrell JM, Freisinger C, Rindy J, Golenberg N, Frecentese G, Gibson A, Eliceiri KW, Huttenlocher A. Damage-induced reactive oxygen species regulate vimentin and dynamic collagen-based projections to mediate wound repair. Elife. 2018 Jan 16;7. …
Barros-Becker F, Lam PY, Fisher R, Huttenlocher A. Live imaging reveals distinct modes of neutrophil and macrophage migration within interstitial tissues. J Cell Sci. 2017 Nov 15;130(22):3801-3808.
Powell D, Tauzin S, Hind LE, Deng Q, Beebe DJ, Huttenlocher A. Chemokine Signaling and the Regulation of Bidirectional Leukocyte Migration in Interstitial Tissues. Cell Rep. 2017 May 23;19(8):1572-1585.
We have a new PhD in the Huttenlocher Lab! Dr. Will Vincent gave a great thesis defense yesterday! Congrats Will!
Netta is our new March Madness bracket champ! Way to go! Emily, on the other side firmly grasps the Toilett Bowl this year!
Congratulations for Danny LeBert and Will Vincent! Both accepted teaching positions at Shenandoah University and St. Johnsbury School, respectively.