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Updated: May 11

5/11/23 I walked in this morning to find that the lab set up a shiny birthday door :) Thanks Teresa/Tayo/Anaïs! This is a great start to a new trip around the globe.

5/10/23 I call a wrap on grades for another semester of Bio450. *wipes sweat from brow* Phew- another 20 capstone projects in the bag.

5/6/23 Four years ago I started my lab, and within a month Sadie Waterman joined our team. Today, she is graduating. Congratulations to Sadie on her very successful graduation. And thank you for your outstanding work in the lab, from receiving and inventorying supplies in 2019 all the way through a phenomenal honors-scale capstone project that merged independent research on Mylpf with histology in the Bio450 course for a beautiful and unique final product.

4/27/23 The lab rings in the end of the semester with a gathering at the Orono Brewing Company. An absolute blast to cap off an excellent term.

4/16/23 We bid adieu to Ryn Harrington and wish her the best in the next phase of her career.

4/14/23 Sadie Waterman presents an excellent poster on her capstone work at the 2023 UMSS

4/1/23 Dr. Talbot is invited to become an early career investigator leader on the Zebrafish Disease Models Society's muscle research interest group. Looking forward to interacting with ZDMS in the coming years :)

3/29/23 OH MY GOSH WE WON THE COBRE!!!!! Big changes to come- we can fund the lab AND four other labs at a high level AND get a new scope AND build a new fish facility. This is enormous! UMaine press release here. 3/20/23 The Nr5a2 craniofacial paper is published in Developmental Cell! Find it here. This was an excellent PhD project by Olivia Chen in Gage Crump's lab and I'm proud to have played a little role in their work.

2/2/23 The Talbot Lab sent out a recruitment flyer for new undergrads in their sophomore year- leading to several new students joining the team: Angelina White, Lauren Dumont, and Troy Hupper. Good to have you on board :)

1/3/23 Ryn Harrington begins work as our official labtech. Already, the lab's whiteboard is filling up with her checklists and plans for the upcoming year :)

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