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==News==
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===August 2011===
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Congratulate to Cecelia for assuming a faculty position at the Augustana College at Sioux Falls, SD. Cecelia, you've been such a wonderful colleague and always a source of happiness and encouragement. We'll all miss you and best wishes for your new lab!
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In the same month, we also see off two other Kreitman lab members -- Levi Biase and Desiree Dickerson. Levi has started as a technician in the lab and over the two year period has contributed significantly to our new direction of fly models for diabetes. Desiree graduated from the college this year. After being an undergraduate research assistant with Cecelia, she has continued to do an honor's thesis work in the kreitman lab on the diabetes project. Congratulate both for getting to their next position and good luck for their future!
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===July 2011===
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Cecelia Miles' collaboration with [http://www.cincinnatichildrens.org/svc/find-professional/m/jun-ma.htm Jun Ma]'s group on the scaling of Bicoid gradient in artificially selected lines for egg size has been published in the journal of Development. Check out it here! [http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21613328 pubmed]
===April 2011===
===April 2011===
Bin He's work on the role of positive selection in transcription factor binding sites turnover has been published on PLoS Genetics. Check out here. [http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21572512]
Bin He's work on the role of positive selection in transcription factor binding sites turnover has been published on PLoS Genetics. Check out here. [http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21572512]

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Focus

Expression of early segmentation genes eve and gt in a Drosophila embryo
Expression of early segmentation genes eve and gt in a Drosophila embryo

The lab pursues four interrelated research themes:

  1. Molecular population genetics and evolution (Drosophila and Arabidopsis)
  2. Functional evolution of cis-regulatory sequences (Drosophila)
  3. Canalization in development and evolution (Drosophila)
  4. Evolutionary dynamics of disease resistance and pathogenicity (Arabidopsis)

News

August 2011

Congratulate to Cecelia for assuming a faculty position at the Augustana College at Sioux Falls, SD. Cecelia, you've been such a wonderful colleague and always a source of happiness and encouragement. We'll all miss you and best wishes for your new lab! In the same month, we also see off two other Kreitman lab members -- Levi Biase and Desiree Dickerson. Levi has started as a technician in the lab and over the two year period has contributed significantly to our new direction of fly models for diabetes. Desiree graduated from the college this year. After being an undergraduate research assistant with Cecelia, she has continued to do an honor's thesis work in the kreitman lab on the diabetes project. Congratulate both for getting to their next position and good luck for their future!

July 2011

Cecelia Miles' collaboration with Jun Ma's group on the scaling of Bicoid gradient in artificially selected lines for egg size has been published in the journal of Development. Check out it here! pubmed

April 2011

Bin He's work on the role of positive selection in transcription factor binding sites turnover has been published on PLoS Genetics. Check out here. [1]

December 2010

Susan Lott's work on mapping genetic locus underlying pattern formation differences between drosophila species has been published on EVOLUTION. Check out here. pubmed

July 2010

Cecelia's work on artificial selection on egg size causing detectable differences in expression patterning got accepted and published in EVOLUTION. Check out the story! pubmed

June 2010

Congratulations to our graduates! Sarah Carl is headed to Cambridge and Anna McGeachy is headed to Johns Hopkins. Go Class of 2010!! Welcome our new students from The College, Reece DeHaan, Desiree Dickerson, and David Gittin!

Group Pictures

Kreitman lab as of 2009 summer: (from left to right)

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