The Hoffman Lab attended the Triangle Cytoskeleton conference at the North Carolina Museum of Natural History on Monday September 19th, 2022. Great work to all the attendees and congratulations to Curtis Shoyer on being awarded Best Poster!
Triangle Cytoskeleton 2022
Congratulations Dr. Tao!
Congratulations to the newly anointed Dr. Arnold Tao for successfully defending his thesis Thursday September 15th, 2022!
Hoffman Lab Receives Spark Seed Grant
Congratulations to the lab for receiving a DST Spark Seed Grant from Duke's Office for Research and Innovation!
Curtis Wins CMBE Travel Award, Gives Talk
Curtis Shoyer received a travel award for the 2022 BMES CMBE (Cellular and Biomolecular Engineering) Conference, where he gave a research talk titled "A Mechanochemical Switch for Supracellular Migration." Great work, Curtis!
Ben Presents at BSURF Poster Session
Congrats to Benjamin Johns, rising sophomore, on his recent poster presentation titled “Biosensors to Investigate Collective Cell Migration.” Thank you to Duke’s Biological Sciences Undergraduate Research Fellowship (BSURF) program for an awesome summer!
Congratulations Dr. Collins!
Kasie Collins successfully defended her thesis titled "Developing a Generalizable Assay for Probing the Effects of Mechanical Force on the Function of Fluorescent Proteins within Molecular Tension Sensors" on March 30th, 2021. Congratulations DR. Collins!
Hoffman Lab Virtually Attends CMBE Awards Symposium
Congratulations Dr. Hoffman for hosting a successful CMBE Awards Symposium on January 22nd, 2021 and congrats to all the awardees!
Hoffman Lab Virtually Attends BMES 2020
Congratulations to Arnold, Curtis and Juilee who presented talks virtually!
Meghan Wins CBTE Fellowship
Congratulations to Meghan Reynolds, rising second year PhD student on receiving the CBTE fellowship/ NIH National Institute for General Medical Science training grant!
Welcome Siyan and Erick!
The Hoffman lab welcomes Siyan and Erick to the lab as first year PhD students! Congratulations and welcome aboard!