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Revision as of 01:30, 20 September 2011


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Congratulations to Sarena Horava!! Sarena Horava was awarded a University of Massachusetts Commonwealth Honors College Honors Research Grant to support her undergraduate thesis research this fall. --Susan C. Roberts 7 September 2011


Congratulations to Marty Kolewe!!! Marty Kolewe has completed his PhD in the Roberts Lab and is now moving on to bigger and better things! He will be greatly missed by all. --Susan C. Roberts 8 July 2011


Congratulations to Vishal Gaurav! Vishal defended his thesis. --Susan C. Roberts 11 April 2011


Congratulations to Kham Vongpaseuth! Kham defended his thesis and is currently working at the USDA in Maryland! --Susan C. Roberts 5 April 2011


Good luck to our undergraduates this summer! Sarena Horava, Nick Cadirov, and Nicole Raia all received positions as NSF sponsored REU students this summer! --Susan C. Roberts May 2011


Welcome Lisa Leone!! Lisa Leone has decided to join the Roberts lab to work on optimizing growth and paclitaxel production of Taxus suspension cultures in a bioreactor. Welcome Lisa! --Susan C. Roberts November 2010


Congratulations to Marty Kolewe and Christina Vasalou on the birth of their baby girl, Artemis Kolewe! --Susan C. Roberts 1 September 2010


Welcome Emmelyn Roberts! Congratulations to Sue and Lou Roberts on the birth of their baby girl, Emmelyn! --Whitney Stoppel 3 August 2010


Congratulations to Sarah Wilson! Sarah was awarded the prestigious Institute for Cellular Engineering NSF IGERT Fellowship for 2 years which covers her stipend, insurance, fees, and tuition. --Susan C. Roberts May 2010


Congratulations to Whitney Stoppel! Whitney was awarded the prestigious Chemistry Biology Interface NIH Trainee-ship for 2 years which covers most of her stipend, insurance, fees, and tuition. --Susan C. Roberts January 2010


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