June 2019: Dante (and his beard) presents the latest exocyst research at the joint UMass Med-UMass Amherst Biochemistry Retreat. Congrats to all for a terrific day of science and networking.
May 2019: Congratulations to Jacqueline Forson who was recently granted an NIH Diversity Supplement from NIGMS based on a Munson Lab currently funded R01 project!
May 2019: Congratulations to Kristyn Norris who has been selected to receive a student community service award to be presented at the 2019 Student Awards Ceremony!
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April 2019: Congratulations to Alex Czuchra and Stephen Foley on their excellent MQPs and posters of their research!
March 2019: Woo Hoo to Mike Feyder for passing his qualifying exam! Congrats! Looking forward to some cool exocyst data soon!
Dec 2018: Welcome to our new postdoc, Jen Forcina, and happy holidays!
Sept 2018: Excited to have Crystal Shan rotating with us now!
Sept 2018: An enthusiastic welcome to Mike Feyder, who officially joined the lab as a graduate student!
Sept 2018: Very pleased to announce that we received official notice of award for our exocyst NIH R01 grant renewal!! Four more years! Keep rockin' on, Munson lab!
August 2018—Congrats to Kristyn, who has just been appointed a pre-doctoral fellow position on the NIH Innate Immunity T32 training grant!
August 3, 2018: Congratulations to Alex, for a terrific presentation of his summer research!
Mary co-organized the "Molecular Mechanisms of Membrane Trafficking" conference in Seoul, South Korea, on May 17-19. Mary and Dante had a fabulous trip and learned a lot!
May 7, 2018: Congratulations to our newest PhD candidate, Kristyn Norris, on passing her qualifying exam! Looking forward to many exciting successes to come!
Mary presented the 2018 Division of Biosciences Patricia Clarke Lecture at University College London in January 2018. https://www.ucl.ac.uk/biosciences/biosciences-events-publication/2017-2018/division-of-biosciences-patricia-clarke-lecture-mary-munson-17-january-18
Mary had the honor of serving as a Visiting Scholar at Duquesne University in September, and it was a lot of fun and good science! http://www.duq.edu/academics/schools/natural-and-environmental-sciences/mary-munson-phd---visiting-scholar