Third year graduate students, Erich Goebel and Jason McCoy were awarded American Heart Association Predoctoral Fellowships supporting them for the next two years!
Dr. Thompson, Jason McCoy and Magda Czepnik obtain publicity from UC HealthNews for their recent publication in PNAS: http://healthnews.uc.edu/news/?/29684/
Thompson Lab celebrates our recent PNAS publication!
The Thompson Lab celebrates the holidays in style!
Dr. Thompson was recognized by UC's College of Medicine for his accomplishments as a Mid-career Research Scientist. (Story)
Dr. Thompson participated in the resolution of a field-wide consensus model of human apolipoprotein A-1. (pubmed)
Collaborator, Kelly Walton from Craig Harrison's lab visits the Thompson lab!
Thompson Lab attends the Molgen welcome picnic!
Thompson Lab throws a board game party to say farewell to Kristof Nolan.
Lab alumni, Andy and Lana Deng, celebrate a new addition to the family, Nora!
TT Lab collects X-Ray diffraction data at Argonne National Laboratory
Happy St. Patricks Day from the Thompson Lab!
TT lab celebrates Erich passing his qualifying exam!
Tom Thompson attends FASEB's Capital Hill Day, meeting with nearly 90 congressional offices to advocate for federal science funding and discuss NIH funding.
Publication in BMC biology: "Structural basis for potency differences between GDF8 and GDF11" https://bmcbiol.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s12915-017-0350-1
Jason McCoy successfully passed his qualifying exam.
New graduate student, Kaitlin Hart, joins the T. Thompson Lab.
Laboratory trip to the Argonne National Laboratory's Advanced Photon Source outside Chicago
Publication of the Grem2-GDF5 Inhibitory Complex Structure
BMP Conference 2016
Dr. Thompson attended and presented for the 11th International BMP conference held in Boston, Massachusetts
Kristof Nolan defended his thesis project, "Insights into the molecular determinants required for DAN-family inhibition of BMP signaling"
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