Madeleine and Sean both receive travel awards for their presentations at the FASEB Genome Engineering Conference in Lisbon, Portugal!
Madeleine is awarded a National Cancer Institute Predoctoral to Postdoctoral Fellow Transition (F99/K00) Award!
Veronica, Madeleine, Sean, Gabe, and Carson present their work at the 25th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Gene and Cell Therapy in Washington D.C.
Veronica and Gabe both represent the lab with oral presentations at the Keystone Symposium on Precision Genome Engineering!
Congrats to Helen for receiving a PhD Student Award for Service to the Duke BME Community, in recognition for serving as Outreach Co-Chair for the Duke Biomedical Engineering PhD Student Association!
Congratulations to Maria for recieving the Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award for Spring 2022 from the Department of Biomedical Engineering!
Congrats to Grayson for winning an Outstanding Poster Presentation Award at the Biomedical Engineering Retreat!
Veronica defends her PhD on advanced genome editing strategies to treat muscular dystrophy! Congrats Dr. Gough!
Congrats to Helen for being awarded an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship, and Sam for recieving Honorable Mention!
Congrats to Lexi for being awarded $20,000 in pilot grant funding from the Duke School of Medicine Precision Genomics Collaboratory in collaboration with the Duke Center for Advanced Genomic Technologies (CAGT)!
Congrats to Taylor for winning pilot funding from the Duke University School of Medicine Office of Biomedical and Graduate Education (OBGE) and Precision Genomics Collaboratory!
Congrats to Sam for winning a Graduate Student Pilot Grant from the Duke Precision Genomics Collboratory!
Congrats to Helen for being awarded the Wanda K. Neu Fellowship from the Duke Department of Biomedical Engineering!
Congrats to Sam for being awarded an NIH T32 Biotechnology Training Grant Fellowship from the Duke Center for Biomolecular and Tissue Engineering!
Congrats to Christian for being awarded an NIH T32 Fellowship position with the Duke Cellular and Molecular Biology Program!