For geographical balance in the Keymer lab, we are happy to host Ivan, coming from France for a 6-month internship to work on theoretical biology and maybe get his hands dirty on the lab´s bench.
Alfredo is joining the lab continuing his efforts to help us understand the spatial ecology of neuronal assemblages.
All the way from Baltimore, Miles made it to the south cone to start his PhD in Ecology @ PUC and to work with us learning and teaching theoretical ecology.
From January 1st 2016, Janneke is back with the Keymer Lab, this time as Lab Manager to help us keep calm.
Congratulations to Fabai who defended his Ph.D. thesis entitled Spatial organization in nano-sculptured bacteria, a tale of shape, scale, patterns, and genomes on October 27, 2015