Lab News

Fall 2020 Update

The Suzuki Lab is well into its third year! As with the rest of the globe, 2020 has been, and continues to be, full of new challenges and adjustments. As we safely navigate these waters, …

October Rotation Student

This has been the second full October for the Suzuki Laboratory, and it was a busy one! We are lucky enough to be joined by Donna Li, a Cancer Biology Graduate Program first-year rotational student …

New URS Joins the Lab

The Suzuki Lab is excited to announce that we have been joined by Lauren Damgaard, a first-year undergraduate student here at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Lauren is currently pursing a dynamic double major of Biology …

New Rotation Student

We begin the fall semester with a new face around the Suzuki Lab. Scott Bosley is a graduate student in the Molecular and Cellular Pharmacology Training Program and is on extended rotation with our laboratory …

Summer 2019 Recap

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 …

Visiting Undergraduate Fellow

This summer we were very lucky to have been joined by Sophia Liu, a rising second-year pre-med undergraduate student at Columbia University who plans to study Biomedical or Chemical Engineering. She came to our lab …

Dr. Suzuki featured in UWCCC article

Dr. Suzuki was interviewed for a University of Wisconsin–Madison article about his and others work in the world of cell division mechanisms and the intertwined effects of chromosomal instability and cancer. He was featured alongside …

Undergraduate Researcher Joins the Lab

Summer is one of the best opportunities for undergraduate students to become heavily involved in research. With more flexible summer schedules, motivated students can start to take on larger and more demanding responsibilities within the …

Dr. Suzuki Awarded NIG-JOINT Collaboration Grant

Dr. Suzuki has been awarded a NIG-JOINT Collaboration Grant. This grant is intended to stimulate synergistic research and relations between Japan’s National Institute of Genetics and other universities or institutes. Dr. Suzuki will be using …