Our lab and Dr. Lipscomb’s group receive 2014 Provost Research Award

A joint proposal from our lab and Dr Lipcomb’s lab has been selected for funding for the 2014 Research Resources and Small Equipment Program supported by the Office of the Associate Provost for Research and Graduate Studies. This award, announced on December 20th 2014, will fund the acquisition of an Olympus FSX100 Bio-Imaging Navigator all-in-one microscope system.