We had a great time in Maine!
The Gagnon lab has opened!
This paper describes a new technology that identifies the sequence rules of mRNA decay
This paper shows that Nodal signaling feedback is not necessary for embryonic patterning
Jamie's paper addresses the controversial role of mammalian pluripotency factor Nanog, in zebrafish
Tessa's paper demonstrates that the Nodal signaling pathway is activated by a Vg1-Nodal heterodimer
Meg's paper addresses the function of the peptide Toddler in early development
Alex has received a prestigious research award from the NIH
Our latest paper is published in the Journal of Neuroscience
Joo Won, Jess and Maxwell have joined the lab!
Alia and Tessa have sent an experiment to the International Space Station
The Schier lab is one of three lab sites to share an exciting grant from the Allen Institute
The Schier lab has received a McKnight award to expand neuroscience technologies
Lindsey will begin graduate school at UCSF in the fall
Eric has won a prestigious award
Jeff and Summer have won prestigious fellowships
Meg is now Dr. Norris!
Jeff and Tessa received prizes for giving the best talks at NESDB 2017
We just returned from our annual trip to Maine
Alex, Jamie and Tessa were presented with departmental awards at this year's retreat
Jeff has been awarded a prestigious postdoc fellowship
Alyson is now an HHMI Gilliam fellow
This month members of the Schier lab hosted the first in a series of workshops for children with autism spectrum disorder
Kathryn is our new technician
Our latest paper finds that interactions within the CRISPR gRNA can inhibit Cas9 cutting
We have published a paper using CRISPR to trace the cell lineage of a zebrafish
We have published a new paper about uORFs in vertebrates
We have released a new version of CHOPCHOP!
Vassilis has won a prestigious fellowship
We find that Polq is responsible for double-strand break repair in zebrafish