Jordan Reed wins HHMI Scholarship

April 20, 2018 By Civelekl

Jordan Reed won a Howard Hughes Medical Institute scholarship to attend The 59th McKusick Short Course on Human and Mammalian Genetics and Genomics being held at The Jackson Laboratory in Bar Harbor, Maine.

Goodbye dinner for Florent

February 6, 2018 By Civelek Lab

Harrison Undergraduate Research Award

February 6, 2018 By Civelek Lab

Ngozi Akingbesote, second year student, and Lisa Chen, third year Biomedical Engineering student, won the prestigious Harrison Undergraduate Research Award given only to 40 undergraduate students across the university. Congratulations to both.

Jordan Reed joins the lab

December 13, 2017 By Civelekl

Jordan Reed joined the Civelek lab as the first PhD student! She will be working on causal inference in adipose tissue gene expression networks.

Welcoming Edna George to the Lab

December 11, 2017 By Civelekl

We welcomed Dr. Edna George from the Indian Institute of Technology as a joint postdoctoral fellow between the Civelek Lab and Barker Lab with a fun night out at the Kardinal Hall.

NAVBO Lessons Learned

December 11, 2017 By Civelekl

Mete reflected on the first two years of his new roles as a principal investigator in a piece written for the North American Vascular Biology Organization. You can find it here

National GEM Consortium GRAD Lab

December 11, 2017 By Civelekl

Mete, along with Dr. Jasmine Crenshaw (left) and Hannah Moore (middle), represented the University of Virginia Department of Biomedical Engineering at the National GEM Consortium Getting Ready for Advanced Degrees (GRAD) Lab event at the University of Maryland, College Park.

BME Tug of War 2017

December 11, 2017 By Civelekl

We had a large team with additional support from the members of the Center for Public Health Genomics in the annual BME Tug of War.

NAVBO Lab of the Month

December 11, 2017 By Civelekl

Civelek Lab was the featured lab in the September 2017 issue of the North American Vascular Biology Organization Newsletter. Click here to access the feature.

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