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*'''06/01/2014''': The Dunn Lab moved to the new Shriram Center for Bioengineering and Chemical Engineering at Stanford!
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*'''06/01/2014''': Michael's paper on spectrin got some great press through the NIH!  Check out the article [http://www.ninds.nih.gov/news_and_events/news_articles/news_article_touch_05162014.htm here].
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*'''04/01/2013''': Eva Huang (chemical engineering) and Leanna Owen (biophysics) have joined our lab as PhD students. Eva passed her pre-qualifying exams (Congrats!) and Leanna will take hers next year (customary for the biophysics program).
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*'''05/23/2014''': Eva Huang was awarded the Stanford Bio-X fellowship. Congrats!
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*'''04/15/2014''': Leanna Owen was awarded the NSF GRFP Fellowship! Congrats Leanna.
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*'''03/26/2013''': The Dunn Lab took a trip to UC-Berkeley for the CDB Spring Symposium called "The Mechanical Basis for Biological Form." This symposium hosted experts in the mechanobiology field, and so we got to hear presentations from Ron Vale, Mike Sheetz, Clare Waterman, Tarun Kapoor, Martin Schwartz, Thomas Lecuit, James Nelson, Doug DeSimone, and Valerie WeaverThese speakers are all familiar to our lab, because we read their papers frequently and present them at literature reviewsIt was a wonderful experience to meet them in person and hear their talks, and I hope we can maintain strong academic relationships in the future.
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*'''04/14/2014''': Steven Tan (chemical engineering) joined the lab as a PhD student! He brings lots of enthusiasm and energy to the labWelcome Steven!  He also passed his pre-qualifying exam on his path to joining the lab.  Nice work.
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*'''02/25/2014''': Michael Krieg had his paper studying the mechanical properties of spectin in C. Elegans accepted in Nature Cell Biology.  Congrats Michael!!  Here is the original paper and some awesome popular press about it. [http://www.nature.com/ncb/journal/v16/n3/full/ncb2915.html Paper] [http://www.futurity.org/nerves-bend-stretch-dont-break/ Press]
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*'''02/01/2013-02/05/2013''': The Dunn Lab attended the the Annual Biophysical Society Meeting in Philadelphia and presented 3 posters and 1 talk.  This was a great experience for us to hear some of the current work being done in the field, and get the opportunity to discuss our projects with other researchers.  It's especially helpful when outside perspective is provided, because it's intellectually stimulating and motivating.
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*'''10/29/2013''': Dr. Maggie Ostrowski completed her PhD thesis defense!! Congrats Maggie.  She returns to Agilent to continue her very successful career.  Good luck to you!
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*'''02/01/2013''': Sheil Kee joined our lab as a postdoctoral scholar. She did her graduate work in Doug Robinson's lab in Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.  Welcome Sheil!
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*'''10/21/2013''': Natascha Leijnse has returned to our lab as a postdoctoral research scholar! She spent some time in our lab in 2012 as a visiting scholar and in 2013 completed her PhD in physics from the Optical Tweezers Group at the Niels Bohr Institute at the University of Copenhagen.  Welcome back Natascha!
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*'''09/23/2013''': Vinay Surya from UC Berkeley has joined our lab as a PhD student.  He will be working on understanding how endothelial cells sense complex flow patterns.  Welcome Vinay!
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*'''12/15/2012-12/19/2012''': The Dunn Lab attended the the Annual ASCB (American Society for Cell Biology) Meeting in San Francisco and several members presented posters thereThis was the first time for many of us at a cell biology conference, so it was a nice experience getting exposed to such a diverse assortment of projects in cell biology.  It's necessary for some of us who don't come from cell biology backgrounds to get immersed in the field, and this conference was a great way of getting immersed.
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*'''09/20/2013''': Eva Huang passed her qualifying exams with flying colorsShe did awesome, congrats Eva!
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*'''07/16/2013''': Masatoshi, Armen, and Arjun published a paper in Nano Letters on their work on measuring the forces on single integrin molecules in living cells.  Congrats guys!  Check out the paper, hot off the press.  [http://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/nl4005145 Link]
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*'''05/10/2013''': Dr. Arjun Adhikari graduated with his PhD today!  Congrats Arjun.  He now joins Professor Jim Spudich's lab as a postdoctoral scholar.  Good luck with your future endeavors.
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*'''04/01/2013''': Eva Huang (chemical engineering) and Leanna Owen (biophysics) have joined our lab as PhD students.  Eva passed her pre-qualifying exams (Congrats!) and Leanna will take hers next year (customary for the biophysics program).
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*'''03/26/2013''': The Dunn Lab took a trip to UC-Berkeley for the CDB Spring Symposium called "The Mechanical Basis for Biological Form."  This symposium hosted experts in the mechanobiology field, and so we got to hear presentations from Ron Vale, Mike Sheetz, Clare Waterman, Tarun Kapoor, Martin Schwartz, Thomas Lecuit, James Nelson, Doug DeSimone, and Valerie Weaver.  These speakers are all familiar to our lab, because we read their papers frequently and present them at literature reviews.  It was a wonderful experience to meet them in person and hear their talks, and I hope we can maintain strong academic relationships in the future.
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*'''02/01/2013-02/05/2013''': The Dunn Lab attended the the Annual Biophysical Society Meeting in Philadelphia and presented 3 posters and 1 talk.  This was a great experience for us to hear some of the current work being done in the field, and get the opportunity to discuss our projects with other researchers.  It's especially helpful when outside perspective is provided, because it's intellectually stimulating and motivating.
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*'''02/01/2013''': Sheil Kee joined our lab as a postdoctoral scholar.  She did her graduate work in Doug Robinson's lab in Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.  Welcome Sheil!
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*'''12/15/2012-12/19/2012''': The Dunn Lab attended the the Annual ASCB (American Society for Cell Biology) Meeting in San Francisco and several members presented posters there.  This was the first time for many of us at a cell biology conference, so it was a nice experience getting exposed to such a diverse assortment of projects in cell biology.  It's necessary for some of us who don't come from cell biology backgrounds to get immersed in the field, and this conference was a great way of getting immersed.
*'''11/05/12''': The Dunn lab welcomes its newest member, Masatoshi's newborn daughter Yuzuki!  This is wonderful news for the lab, as we have yet another cute baby to keep us company at lab events.  Congratulations to Masatoshi and his family!
*'''11/05/12''': The Dunn lab welcomes its newest member, Masatoshi's newborn daughter Yuzuki!  This is wonderful news for the lab, as we have yet another cute baby to keep us company at lab events.  Congratulations to Masatoshi and his family!
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*'''07/27/12''': The lab's recently published paper in PNAS on the topic of measuring the forces at epithelial cadherins was recommended as being of special significance in its field by a member of the F1000 faculty.  You can check the brief written recommendation of the article  [http://f1000.com/717949921  here].
*'''07/27/12''': The lab's recently published paper in PNAS on the topic of measuring the forces at epithelial cadherins was recommended as being of special significance in its field by a member of the F1000 faculty.  You can check the brief written recommendation of the article  [http://f1000.com/717949921  here].
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*'''Month of July''': Lots of great news! First, Arjun and Emerson published a paper in JACS; here's the [http://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/ja212170b link].
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*'''Month of July''': Lots of great news! First, Arjun and Emerson published a paper in JACS; here's the [http://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/ja212170b link]. Secondly, Nicolas, Olga, and Maria published a paper in [http://www.pnas.org/content/early/2012/07/10/1204390109.abstract PNAS] , and this paper was chosen for a [http://engineering.stanford.edu/research-profile/force-nature-defining-mechanical-mechanisms-living-cells Stanford press release.]  Very nice work.  Congrats to you all!  <span>     
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Secondly, Nicolas, Olga, and Maria published a paper in [http://www.pnas.org/content/early/2012/07/10/1204390109.abstract PNAS] , and this paper was chosen for a [http://engineering.stanford.edu/research-profile/force-nature-defining-mechanical-mechanisms-living-cells Stanford press release.]  Very nice work.  Congrats to you all!  <span>     
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*'''04/24/12''': Armen was awarded the NSF GRFP Fellowship! Congrats! <span>   
*'''04/24/12''': Armen was awarded the NSF GRFP Fellowship! Congrats! <span>   
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