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|September 2023||Congrats to Dr. Khwaja.|
|October 2021||Congrats to Emaad and Daniel for passing their qualifying exams.|
Champagne for Dr. Siyu Feng.
Champagne for Dr. Rose Citron.
|February 2018||Xiaoyu won the Mary Anne Koda-Kimble Seed Award for Innovation and the NIH K99 Award.|
A 3D (printed) model for the ciliary transition zone. Super-resolution microscopy reveals that disruption of ciliary transition-zone architecture causes Joubert syndrome. Nat Cell Bio, 19, 1178–1188 (2017).
|February 2017||Bo has been selected as a Chan Zuckerberg Biohub Investigator.|
Champagne for Dr. Harrison Liu.
Congratulations to Siyu for passing her qualifying exam.
|June 2016||Bo receives the American Society for Cell Biology Early Career Life Scientist Award.|
D2O makes fluorescent protein more photostable. (Heavy water: a simple solution to increasing the brightness of fluorescent proteins in super-resolution imaging, Chem. Comm. 2015)
Harrison in UCSF News talking about LegoScope.
|September 2014||Congratulations to Veronica for being selected as a UCSF Discovery Fellow.|
Congratulations to Harrison and Rose for passing their qualifying exams.
|March 2013||Rose and Harrison won the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship.|
The faculty beat the Tetrads in basketball.
|November 2011||Jörg won the Boehringer Ingelheim Fonds PhD Fellowship.|
|September 2011||Our work on macromolecular complexes receives the NIH New Innovator Award.|
|June 2011||Jörg won the physics study prize from the Wilhelm and Else Heraeus Foundation.|
|May 2011||Robert won the DFG Postdoctoral Research Fellowship.|
|January 2011||The Huang Lab moves to new space in QB3.|
|October 2010||Bo won the Packard Fellowship for Science and Engineering.|
“Yosemite” up and running.
Welcome to our first members Bryant Chhun and Kuan Lu.
The exciting start of the Huang Lab in Genentech Hall.
|2008||Super-resolution optical microscopy was selected as “Method of the year 2008” by Nature Methods.|
|2006||Super-resolution optical microscopy was #8 in “Breakthroughs of the year 2006” by Science magazine.|