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The Lab to the Red Carpet

Hello everyone! So something cool that Meghan and I were recently tasked with was starring in a movie! By publishing through JOVE, we were filmed performing the different methods and procedures we used to xenograft primary patient samples into zebrafish…

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Min goes to the ASH!

Min attended ASH, the American Society of Hematology annual meeting, which is the major hematology meeting each year that thousands of clinicians and scientists attend. Min presented a poster on the role of PRL-3 in Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia onset and…

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❤ Kristin Got Married! ❤

Caroline and I were so excited to attend Kristin's wedding at her hometown in Edmonton KY this weekend! She looked really pretty and she and Michael were both smiling non-stop the entire time. Her mom was really cute, and excited to…

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Science Fair Superstars!

Margaret Blair (on the left), our Paul Laurence Dunbar MSTC researcher, just won first place in the Cellular and Molecular Biology section at the Kentucky Science and Engineering Fair, which is the big state science fair! Her project focused on…

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A visit from Bryan Station students!

We recently had Lexington high schoolers visit the lab and learn about the benefits of zebrafish in cancer research! Here, Jessi is showing the students how to use our Nightsea flashlight to screen for zebrafish that have GFP-tagged leukemia. Not…

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