- Rob is excited to announce that the encyclopedia of using cellular models to study Batten disease has been accepted for publication in BBA Molecular Basis of Disease. See Publications page for more details.
- Congratulations Megan on your recently accepted paper in Biomolecules.
- The Huber lab is currently recruiting graduate students and a postdoc for January 2020. Interested applicants should email Dr. Huber directly (firstname.lastname@example.org) with an updated CV, transcript, and statement of interest.
- Congratulations to Rob on winning the 2019 Dictyostelium Junior Faculty Award, which was presented at the 2019 International Dictyostelium Conference!
- Meagan, Megan, Elicia and Rob presented their work at the 2019 International Dictyostelium meeting.
- The Huber lab is excited to announce that our application to the CIHR Project Grant competition was approved for 5 years of funding! We will post new graduate student and postdoc positions sometime in the near future.
- The Huber lab is excited to join the Molecules, Cells & Systems Research Group at Trent University. You can read more about this new initiative here: https://www.trentu.ca/researchinnovation/trent-research-matters/centres-and-institutes
- We are happy to welcome Evan Schuett into the lab as a graduate student.
- Congratulations to Will and Ali on receiving NSERC USRAs.
- Congratulations to Elicia on receiving the Zobel Conference Travel Award. Elicia will be presenting her exciting work on Mfsd8 function in Dictyostelium at the Dicty 2019 meeting!
- Congratulations to Will on receiving an NSERC CGS M! Will will be starting his M.Sc. in the Huber lab in September.
- Check out our new paper in Cellular Signalling that explores the mechanisms underlying Cln3 function in Dictyostelium. See Publications page for details.
- Read our latest paper to learn how Dictyostelium is being used to study the functions of proteins linked to Batten disease. See Publications page for more details.