Lab News

BioMedical Sciences Symposium

October 2021. Rebecca's cerebral organoid image made the cover of the BioMedical Sciences Symposium Booklet! Beautiful work, Rebecca!

Graduate Thesis Complete

September 2021. A HUGE Congrats to Rebecca and Grace for completing their Master's of Medicine Degrees! And a double congrats to Rebecca for receiving the prestigious Fellow of the School of Graduate Studies Distinction!

https://www.thetelegram.com/news/local/for-researchers-including-some-in-st-johns-gene-editing-is-now-as-a-precise-as-film-editing-510698/?fbclid=IwAR0x9dnA-oZLxAReayOXcYVl4kVTx_1OOypwQJeTDXGMSKty1dREiIJpdn0

Here is an article in which they interviews Dr. Esseltine on our Lab's use of CRISPR gene editing technology following the 2020 Nobel Prize in Chemistry being awarded to Emmanuelle Charpentier and Jennifer Doudna for their discovery of CRISPR technology.




Esseltine Lab partnership with Genome Atlantic and researchers/doctors explaining research and findings on gene mutations responsible for ARVC.


Graduate Thesis Complete

We would like to congratulate Hooman Sadighian on his graduation!