The European Research Council has awarded Alex an ERC Advanced Grant.
Our latest publication “Phenotypic landscape of schizophrenia-associated genes defines candidates and their shared functions”, was published in Cell.
This paper provides a detailed protocol for scGESTALT
Tessa is leaving the lab to begin a postdoc
Annika is a new postdoc in the lab
Kathryn begins grad school at Yale
Eric has won a university-wide prize
This paper presents a brain-wide model of temperature sensation
Max has been awarded a fellowship from the Canadian government
We welcome Jenna, Dave and Amelia to the lab
This paper combines single-cell RNA-seq with a novel computational technique, URD, to reconstruct the developmental trajectories of zebrafish embryogenesis
This paper combines single cell RNA-seq with GESTALT to create lineage trees of the juvenile zebrafish brain
Tessa became Dr. Tessa Montague on Friday
This paper uses single cell RNA-seq to profile the habenula in the larval and adult zebrafish brains
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