Kira Heikes

Kira Heikes is a graduate student in Bob Goldstein's laboratory at UNC-Chapel Hill. She is currently studying embryonic development in tardigrades. Twitter: @KiraTheExplora Email: kiraheikes@gmail.com.

Nasser Rusan on telling a story with your science

May 10, 2019
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This month for How Cell Biologists Work, we feature  Nasser Rusan, an Earl Stadtman PI in the National Heart, Lung,…

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Art-Science Collaborations: What are they good for?

April 5, 2019
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Interdisciplinary, collaborative: these buzzwords often appear in the descriptions of grant proposals, university departments, or new training initiatives to highlight…

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Daniel Colon Ramos

Daniel Colón Ramos on embracing the familiar while seeking the unknown

March 8, 2019
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This month, How Cell Biologists Work talked to Daniel Colón Ramos, who splits his time between chilly New Haven and…

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Abby Dernburg

Abby Dernburg on meiosis and mindfulness

January 4, 2019

Our profile this month for How Cell Biologists Work is Abby Dernburg,  a Howard Hughes Medical Institute Investigator and a…

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How Cell Biologists Work with Dominique Bergmann: Working 'out of the mainstream' to study conserved biology

August 31, 2018

Our featured cell biologist this month is Dominique Bergmann, a Professor of Biology at Stanford University and Investigator of the…

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How Cell Biologists Work: Jennifer Lippincott-Schwartz on uncovering biological surprises with microscopy; interdisciplinary science

June 22, 2018
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This month we are excited to hear from Jennifer Lippincott-Schwartz, whose past and present positions are as diverse as the…

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How Cell Biologists Work with Sadie Wignall of Northwestern University

May 25, 2018
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I am excited to join the team for the 2018 edition of “How Cell Biologists Work.” Jenny Heppert started this series as a…

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