2019 ASCB-EMBO Conference with Team Chytrid
- by Lillian Fritz-Laylin
- in News
- posted December 16, 2019
The Fritz-Laylin lab attended the 2019 ASCB-EMBO Conference in Washington DC from December 7-11.
Lil gave a talk about the Naegleria spindle as part of the Subgroup “Mechanics of Large Cellular Machines” and co-chaired the Minisymposium “Quantitative Approaches to Cell Biology.”
Edgar presented a poster and gave a talk about genetic transformation of Spizellomyces as part of the Minisymposium “New Tools and Organisms in Quantitative Cell Biology.”
Kristyn received a travel grant from the LGBTQ+ taskforce to present her poster on controlling Bd‘s lifecycle.
Sarah presented her poster on the actin networks of chytrid species.
The Fritz-Laylin lab also met up with the Mullins Lab for a science family reunion!
Team Chytrid had a great ASCB-EMBO meeting! Looking forward to next year when Team Naegleria joins for the full Fritz-Laylin lab takeover.