Congratulations Grace on being awarded a K01 NIAMS Mentored Research Scientist Development Award! Looking forward to seeing your future research take off!

Congratulations to Dr. Shan Lu for a successful dissertation defense!  We look forward to learning more about how we sense the internal body state.

Congrats Dr. Cooney on your successful thesis defense!  We look forward to great things.

Both (but mostly the latter)! Read about the reasons why in this feature from the Zuckerman Institute.

Congrats to Brikha and the grad students and technicians who supported this screen and mutant analysis.

Congrats to Grace and our uptown collaborators in the Bartolini lab on this exploration of neuropathy in fly and mammalian sensory neurons!

Congratulations Ben, very well-deserved!


Congratulations Dr. Rebecca Vaadia on her successful thesis defense!

Congratulations Ben!

Proprioception imaging study is featured on NIH Director's Blog as part of "Cool Videos" series.

Current Biology dispatch written by Dr. Craig Montell gives perspective on our paper and paper from Dan Tracey's lab. 

Our collaboration with the Hillman lab on proprioceptive dendrite and activity dynamics is published today in Current Biology.  Article here and Zuckerman Institute press release here

Sam presented an outstanding talk and defense on her work on somatosensory circuit development.  Congratulations Sam!

Lab and friends of lab took on a crisp NYC Sunday morning to fundraise for brain tumor research, and stretch the legs!  Good job runners and walkers alike!

A great collaborative effort between our lab and the incredible Elizabeth Hillman, Wenze Li, and Venkata Voleti.  Project began to take shape at one of our earliest Zuckerman Institute investigator meetings. Congratulations Rebecca!

More to come!

Great work Sam! 

Welcome Neurobiology and Behavior graduate student Patricia Cooney to the lab!

Welcome Biological Sciences program graduate student Shan Lu to the lab!

Congratulations to Anita on this very prestigious honor!

Congrats to Anita and her many collaborators in their effort to understand larval nociceptive circuitry.  Paper here

Nice cover art by Sam and Luke Hammond

Funds raised from the 5K will support brain tumor research. Thank you all who took part!

The lab move to Columbia's new Manhattanville campus is complete!  Visit us in our beautiful new home.

Congratulations Sam!

Congrats Rebecca!