February 2018. Arthur presents poster at 62nd Biophysical Society Meeting at San Francisco, California.
February 2018. Chang's lab retreat with K.C. Huang's lab from Standford, Will Ludington's lab from Berkeley and Manuel Banzhaf from Birmingham at Las Vegas.
January 2018. Pascal gives a talk on AFM at the Advanced Imaging Microscopy Workshop at UC Berkeley
January 2018. Congratulations to Paula for redoing the Changlab website!
- December 2017. Our new TIRF/Spinning Disk confocal microscope system (Andor Diskovery System from Technical Instruments) arrives
- December 2017. Lab is off to ASCB meeting. Ben Knapp presents “Supergrowth” story at ASCB mini-symposium. Arthur and Pascal present posters. Fred is featured speaker at LGBT session at ASCB
- December 2017. Welcome to Kieran Collins, a new postdoc from UC Santa Cruz
- November 2017. Welcome to Paula Real, our new super-tech from Cadiz, Spain
- November 2017. Fred gives seminar at MIT Biophysics
- September 2017. Welcome to Suckjoon Jun, a visiting professor from UC San Diego, for his sabbatical!
- September 2017. Good luck to Ben Knapp as he embarks for grad school at Stanford Biophysics. We’ll miss you!
- August 2017. Presentations by Arthur and Fred at the GRC Motile and Contractile System Meeting in New Hampshire.
- July 2017. Fred and Arthur do experiments at MBL in Woods Hole
- May 2017. International Pombe Meeting at Banff, Canada
- Feb 2017. Welcome to Arthur Molines, a new postdoc arriving from France
- Dec 2016. Welcome to Pascal Odermatt, a new postdoc arriving from Switzerland.
- Dec 2016. Ben, Fred and David Burgess present posters at ASCB.
- July 2016. Fred, Ben and Nacho Flor-Parra work with Greg Adams and Ethan Garner at the MBL Physiology course to investigate S. pombe ameboid movement! Fred and Ben begin experiments with Liam Holt on microrrheology using GEMs nanoparticles.
- Feb 2016. Join lab retreat with K.C. Huang’s lab at the Russian River.
- Jan 2016. The Chang lab moves from Columbia University to UCSF! Thanks to Ben Knapp, the CTB Department, and the Dumont lab for a smooth transition!