Graduate applications are being accepted at the University of Idaho, with a priority deadline in mid-December. Please contact Dr. Mitchell and apply if you are interested! We have funding to fully support 2 graduate students!
Dr. Mitchell was awarded a research grant from NIH. We are so excited to see where this will take us! Come join our team!
Emma defended her thesis and was awarded her MS degree! Congrats, Emma! We will miss you and wish you the best of luck in your future endeavors.
We are recruiting!!! We are looking for motivated and enthusiastic graduate students to join our group, as well as a Research Technician. Potential Postdocs are also encouraged to contact Dr. Mitchell to discuss potential opportunity with our group!
Anna was awarded a Summer Research Fellowship from the University of Idaho Office of Undergraduate Research!
Our most recent manuscript has been accepted for publication by Developmental Dynamics! Congrats to Zach, Jared, and Anna for their excellent work on this paper! It can be found online here:
We have two new undergraduate student members! Ailis was selected for a Spring 2020 INBRE
STEM Trainee Fellowship, and Dawson joins our group, too!
Undergraduate student Anna joins our group!
The Idaho INBRE program is accepting student applications for Summer 2020 Fellows. If you are an undergraduate student interested in working on a research project with our lab for 10 weeks, please contact Dr. Mitchell, follow this link, and apply here: inbre.uidaho.edu/student-programs/fellows/
Dr. Mitchell presents a talk at the Statewide Idaho INBRE Conference in Moscow, ID:
"Leveraging the zebrafish to uncover macrophage functions in the vertebrate retina."
A manuscript from collaborative work with the Stenkamp lab is published in PNAS!
A manuscript from collaborative work with the Stenkamp lab on regeneration of bipolar cells in the zebrafish retina is published in Frontiers in Cell and Developmental Biology!
Dr. Mitchell is awarded a Developmental Research Project grant from Idaho INBRE!
Learn about the Idaho INBRE program here:
Zach and Lindsey join our team as Research Technicians.
Emma passes her pre-thesis proposal examination!
Dr. Mitchell attends the ARVO research conference in Vancouver, and presents a poster detailing
in vivo dynamics of apoptotic cell clearance by primitive microglia in the developing retina.
Our paper revealing the transcriptome of microglia and macrophages during retinal regeneration in zebrafish is published in Scientific Reports!
Our paper describing microglia and macrophage characteristics during retinal degeneration and regeneration in zebrafish is published in Journal of Neuroinflammation!