What’s new with the H-Team

April 2017

  • Congratulations Madison for receiving a summer scholarship to continue your studies in our lab!

January 2017

  • The beginning of a new Era. Congratulations Kyle and Kirsten for successfully defending your dissertations. I look forward to following your successes in the future. 

 

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2014-2016 Hadjifrangiskou Lab Highlights

  • Courtney Mitchell successfully defended her thesis dissertation and moved on to a fantastic position in industry.

December, 2014

  • CONGRATULATIONS KYLE AND ERIN FOR PASSING YOUR QUALS! THE HADJI LAB IS NOW FULL OF Ph.D CANDIDATES!
  • CONGRATULATIONS HIMESH for winning FIRST PLACE for your poster presentation at the regional TAS meeting!

October – November, 2014

  • CONGRATULATIONS KIRSTEN FOR PASSING YOUR QUALS. YOUR HADJI LAB FAMILY IS VERY PROUD!
  • Second rotation is already here! Allison Eberly has joined forces with Kyle Floyd in discerning mechanisms of subpopulation development within UPEC extracellular biofilms. Hubaida Foseini is characterizing the behavior of biofilm-defective UPEC mutants in response to environmental stressors.
  • The H – LAB brought microbiology to the masses at the Nashville Science Center last month. Tune in soon for some amazing photos capturing this outreach event!
  •  Kyle was selected for an oral presentation at the SERMACS conference.

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2013-2014 Hadjifrangiskou Lab Highlights

August 2014 Kyle won one of the poster awards at the VICB annual research symposium…..AGAIN! Go Kyle!

May, 2014 Welcome summer volunteers! For the months of June-August, we hosted Himesh Zaver, Sarah Hanks and Tomas Bermudez for summer research.

April 2014 Congratulations Erin! Erin has been awarded one of the 2014 NSF graduate research fellowship. This award will cover Erin’s stipend for the following 3 years! This is a great accomplishment and the H-Lab is mighty proud!

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Congrats to Kirsten for obtaining one of the Mini-sabbatical awards.

Congratulations to Kirsten! Her paper entitled “Strong Cross-system interactions Drive the activation of the QseB Response Regulator in the absence of its cognate sensor” has been accepted for publication in PNAS.

Congratulations to Carrie and Kyle for representing the Hadjis at the VICB research symposium:

Carrie Shaffer won one of the 3 awards for best oral presentation!

Kyle Floyd won one of the 2 awards for best poster in the Systems Analysis category!