WILLIAMS LAB

DEPT. OF NEUROBIOLOGY AND ANATOMY

UNIVERSITY OF UTAH

WIRING THE BRAIN:

INVESTIGATING MOLECULAR MECHANISMS OF CONNECTIVITY DURING DEVELOPMENT AND DISEASE

http://eneuro.org/content/early/2017/05/22/ENEURO.0088-17.2017/tab-article-info

 

LAB NEWS

 

June 2019

Kudos to Dr. Anne Martin for winning the University of Utah’s CGS/ProQuest Distinguished Dissertation Award for Biology! Now she will represent the U nationally!

 

June 2019

Sujan's paper on postmortem human brain is published in the Journal of Comparative Neurology

 

February 2019

Check out our first preprint on BioRxiv about analyzing spines and mossy fiber synapses in postmortem human tissue in collaboration with Drs. Sujan Das and Hilary Coon in the department of Psychiatry at the U.

 

October 2018

Congrats to Anne on her successful PhD thesis defense!

 

October 2018

Wow! Anne has her own art show! Check out her exhibit entitled "Fundamentals: a visual introduction to the world of neurobiology" at Utah's health sciences library and read more about it here. Congrats Anne!

 

September 2017

Our paper on cadherins in LTP was published in Neuron!

Congrats to Raunak and all our contributors.

 

Raunak's image and the Williams lab research was featured in a recent NIH director's blog! Check it out here.

 

May 2017

Our lab has a new paper analyzing mossy fiber synapses by 3D electron microscopy published in eNeuro!

 

December 2016

Congrats to Raunak for a successful Ph.D. defense! The first to graduate from the lab.

 

September 2016

Congrats to Matt! He was awarded the 2016 David R. and Isabelle E. Atherton Scholarship in the School of Medicine.

 

April 2016

Congrats to Anne for being named a Weatherstone Predoctoral Fellow from Autism Speaks!

 

February 2016

Welcome to Randi, our new postdoc and

Good luck to Shruti on her new position in Boston

 

October 2015

Our paper investigating the intellectual disability and autism associated gene Kirrel3 in hippocampal synapse formation is published in eLife

 

September 2014

Megan is awarded her first R01 grant from NIMH!