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Latest Lab News
May 11, 2019 – Andrew Lopez received a travel award to Society for Developmental Biology (SDB) meeting in Boston July 26-30 this year!
May 9, 2019 – Our research has been highlighted on the Advanced Science News website: Optical Coherence Microscopy Provides New Insight into Infertility
Apr. 12, 2019 - Congrats to Andrew Lopez for receiving 1st place Outstanding Platform Presentation Award at the Texas Forum for Reproductive Sciences (TFRS) in College Station, TX
Jan. 20, 2019 – $2.5M NIH R01 grant “In vivo analysis of mammalian fertilization” has been funded; PI: Irina Larina
Jan. 9, 2019 – Congratulations to Emma Moore for her first-author publication in Journal of Biophotonics “Staging mouse preimplantation development in vivo using optical coherence microscopy"
Dec. 19, 2018 – Warm welcome to Zheng-Chen Yao, who joined our lab as a research technician
Nov. 8, 2018 – Congrats to Andrew Lopez on receiving American Heart Association predoctoral fellowship!
Sept. 1, 2018 – $2.8M NIH R01 grant “Biomechanics of early mammalian cardiogenesis” has been renewed for additional five years; PI: Irina Larina
May 10, 2018 – Congrats to Andrew Lopez for receiving a travel award to Society for Developmental Biology (SDB) Meeting in Portland July 20-24 this year!
April 26, 2018 - Andrew Lopez successfully passed his qualifying and is now a Ph.D. candidate!
March 19, 2018 - CONGRATS to Shang Wang for his new Development paper titled, "In vivo three-dimensional tracking of sperm behaviors in the mouse oviduct"!
January 2018 – Shang Wang’s recent publication “Biomechanical assessment of myocardial infarction using optical coherence elastography” was widely covered by news outlets, including a news release by The Optical Society “Biomechanical Mapping Method Aids Development of Therapies for Damaged Heart Tissue”, Optics & Photonics News, ScienceDaily, TMC News, Houston Public Media, EurekAlert!, Medical Xpress, optics.org, ScienceNewsline, Felix, Medical Design Technology, and Medical Device Network.