Neural Crest Cells and Development & Function of the Enteric Nervous System: The Gut Brain
Neural Crest Research Colloquia (NCRC)
The NCRC is a virtual seminar series organized by Dr. Rosa Uribe (Assistant Professor, Rice University), Crystal Rogers (Assistant Professor, UC Davis) and Erica Hutchins (Postdoctoral Scholar, Caltech). The NCRC highlights novel research in the broad field of neural crest. For updates on speakers, dates, talk titles and to sign up for the email list, please visit the NCRC website
Latest News from the Uribe lab
- We congratulate Joshua Moore on being awarded a 4-year NRSA Fellowship from NICHD. Congrats!
- The lab was happy to contribute towards collaborative work with the Krachler lab (UT Health) to describe a computational method for analyzing biologically noisy data and detecting patterns. We show its use in detecting gut motility patterns. Now out on BioRxiv: https://www.biorxiv.org/content/10.1101/2020.05.29.123042v2
- Proud to present in a pre-print our lab's construction of a Single-cell Atlas to describe neural crest derivatives in developing tissues along zebrafish! Long time coming and we hope this resource can help the field make some new discoveries! Congratulations to all authors, especially first co-authors Adam Howard and Phillip Baker!! Now out on BioRxiv: https://www.biorxiv.org/content/10.1101/2020.06.14.150938v1
- The lab has been fully relocated to our new renovated shared lab space in ABL! A massive THANK YOU to the entire moving & facilities teams at Rice, the Uribe lab and especially our fearless Lab Manager, Eileen Singleton!