Congrats to Danielle on successfully defending her PhD! The Bautch lab is so proud of her hard work investigating the function of the nucleus and the centrosome in the regulation of peripheral endothelial function during vascular development. She’s moving on to big things at the NIH in Washington D.C., and we will miss her tremendously!
Congrats to graduate student, Molly Kulikauskas, on the recent publication of her review, “The versatility and paradox of BMP signaling in endothelial cell behaviors and blood vessel function.” A huge shoutout to Molly for all of her hard work! The review can be found on our publications page.
Congratulations to Research Associate, Ziqing Liu, for her recent first author designation on the paper, “Single-Cell RNA Sequencing Reveals Endothelial Cell Transcriptome Heterogeneity Under Homeostatic Laminar Flow ” in Arteriosclerosis, Thrombosis, and Vascular Biology, this past month. Congratulations to her hard work! Other authors include: Dana L. Ruter, Kaitlyn Quigley, Natalie T. Tanke, Yuchao Jiang and Victoria L Bautch. Check it out on our publications page!
Lab Lunches are always more special when we get visits from past lab members! Katy Citrin was an undergraduate and postbac in the lab working on our BMP project before she left to pursue her PhD at Yale. It is always nice to see familiar faces and we wish her luck as she continues on with her studies.