Elizabeth Stulberg & Gabriel Lozano et al. publish article in Frontiers in Microbiology

Past Handelsman Lab Graduate Student Elizabeth Stulberg and current Graduate Student Gabriel Lozano are co-first authors on an article published in Frontiers in Microbiology titled “Genomic and secondary metabolite analyses of Streptomyces sp. 2AW provide insight into the evolution of the cycloheximide pathway.” The article can be accessed on the …

Mark Graham et al. publish article on “Flipped Classroom”

Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) Evaluation Director Mark Graham, along with former CTL postdoc Evava Pietri and others, published an article titled “Increased Preclass Preparation Underlies Student Outcome Improvement in the Flipped Classroom” in the journal CBE-Life Sciences Education. The article can be accessed here and YaleNews covered it …

August 2015

Nichole Broderick departed Handelsman Lab to become an Assistant Professor of Molecular and Cell Biology at the University of Connecticut. Congratulations and best wishes, Nichole! The entire lab thanks you for the leadership and support you provided in Jo’s absence over the past two years. Eva Pietri departed the Center …

July 2015

Simon Hernandez departed the Handelsman Lab and the Center for Teaching and Learning to enroll in medical school at SUNY Upstate Medical University. Congratulations and best wishes, Simon! The Institute for Life Sciences Collaboration (ILSC) assumes management of the Small World Initiative as of July 1st, 2015. More information here. Prof. …

June 2015

Prof. Handelsman is now on Twitter @Jo44. The Obama White House convened its first summit to fight antibiotic resistance on June 2, 2015. For detailed coverage, please see the National Geographic article here.