In July, the COS labs located in INF 329 including the Holstein lab, the Grossmann lab, the Johnston lab, the Evers lab and the Guse lab took advantage of the beautiful summer in Heidelberg and had a BBQ on campus.
The Guse lab introduced Aiptasia as a novel model system to study coral symbiosis at the very timely EMBO conference on: New Model Systems linking Ecology and Evolution held at the EMBL from May 1st to May 4th 2013. The talk about Aiptasia was part of the last session of the meeting entitled “Interactions and Ecosystems”. The meeting was very well attended with excellent invited speakers and gave a good overview on the status of the field. The food at EMBL was fantastic too. For a summary of the meeting via twitter check out: Day 2 Day 3 Day 4
Liz Hambleton from the Pringle Lab at Stanford University was visiting the lab as a guest scientist and gave a seminar on “Specificity of cnidarian-algal symbiosis” on the 25th of January.
Thanks to Liz Hambleton from the Pringle Lab and modern pet relocation services, my Aiptasia strains made it safely to Heidelberg. Welcome! I hope you will like it here.
We are going east! The Guse Lab presents the first poster at the 9th Okazaki Biology Conference in Japan.
This video was created by Natalya & Cody Gallo. Thanks guys!