It is hard to believe, but Summer 2019 is already wrapping up for the Suzuki Laboratory in anticipation of the new school year starting. It was the first full summer for our lab, and we made the most out of it by starting new projects, attending microscopy seminars, and bringing on new students.
Jihua Liu, a rising second-year undergraduate UW-Madison student, became heavily involved with the lab’s yeast projects. She trained closely with Dr. Suzuki and will continue with the project into the fall.
Alex Li, a rising second-year undergraduate UW-Madison student, branched out and began working with Thejas Nagaraju, a graduate student in the Sugden Laboratory, in a collaborative project. She will continue with the project into the fall.
Sophia Liu, a rising second-year undergraduate Columbia University student, was a visiting fellow/intern who spent 11 weeks with the Suzuki Lab working with Emma Recchia and Roshan Norman on one of our new collaborative projects, a novel approach to microscopy.
We are looking forward to the start of the fall semester and the new graduate students who will begin rotating through our lab in a few weeks.