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!
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!
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!
Dr. Hoffman Wins Bass Fellowship and Named Appointment!
Dr. Hoffman was named a 2020 Bass Fellow as one of five faculty members who demonstrated excellence in research and undergraduate instruction. Congratulations Dr. Hoffman, we are very proud!
Curtis Wins NSF Fellowship
Congratulations to Curtis on being awarded the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship!
Congratulations Dr. Gates!
Evan defended his thesis on March 25th, 2020 titled "Vinculin-Mediated Mechanocoupling in Epithelial Sheet Expansion". Excellent job Dr. Gates!
Dr. Hoffman and Arnold Tao traveled to Washington D.C. for the American Society of Cell Biology (ASCB) Annual Meeting. Dr. Hoffman presented a poster while Arnold gave an oral presentation. Excellent job, Arnold!
CMB Symposium 2019
Evan Gates gave a talk during Duke's Cell and Molecular Biology Symposium (Cells in Action! Advances in Cell Migration and Imaging Technologies). Good work, Evan!
Dr. Hoffman Gives Talk at Duke Transplant Research Symposium
Dr. Hoffman gave a talk at the Duke Transplant Research Symposium on November 15th, 2019. Great job Dr. Hoffman!