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The Raftery Lab is located in the Science and Engineering Building on the campus of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.

 

Laboratory News

Lab Members

Here's some news updates from our lab...

  • February 2018 - Ph.D. Candidate Juan Carlos Duhart publishes previous work on Shigella flexneri. Congrats!
  • February 2018 - Ph.D. Candidate Travis Parsons wins 2nd place in Science Podium Talks at the 20th Annual UNLV GPSA Research Forum, and is also awarded a GPSA Distinguished Service Medal. Congrats!
  • January 2018 - Two new undergraduates join the lab, welcome!
  • October 2017 - Ph.D. Candidate Travis Parsons wins UNLV's Image of Research contest in the Undergraduate & Graduate Students category. Congrats!
  • September 2017 - UNLV is awarded a $1 million dollar grant for a multiphoton microscope. Exciting discoveries to follow soon!
  • July 2017 - Ph.D. Candidate Travis Parsons and his colleagues are awarded "Best Team" at the joint American Society for Cell Biology / Keck Graduate Institute course titled "Managing Science in the Biotech Industry" in California. Congrats!
  • May 2017 - Three new undergraduates join the lab, welcome!
  • April 2017 - Ph.D. Candidates Juan Carlos Duhart & Travis Parsons co-author a review article with Dr. Laurel Raftery titled, "The repertoire of epithelial morphogenesis on display: Progressive elaboration of Drosophila egg structure". Congrats!
  • March 2017 - Ph.D. Candidate Travis Parsons wins 1st place with his seminar given at the Graduate and Professional Student Research Forum in Science and Health Science Platform Session B. Congrats!
  • March 2017 - Ph.D. Candidate Tammara Beeghly recenlty won Second Place Graduate Student Poster ($300) for her poster at the 58th Annual Drosophila Research Conference, sponsored by the Genetics Society of America. Congrats!
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The Raftery Lab

4505 South Maryland Parkway

Science and Engineering Building

Las Vegas, Nevada, 89154-4022

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