Tag: Knouse Lab

Kristina Lopez stands smiling under blooming trees.

Graduate student Kristina Lopez receives Ford Foundation Fellowship

June 1, 2020

The award aims to encourage diversity in college and university faculties by supporting graduate students

How labs are weathering the lockdown

April 27, 2020

Labs are off-limits for most during the coronavirus pandemic. Here’s what Whitehead Institute scientists are doing to advance basic research, share their knowledge, and keep up morale in unprecedented times.

Collage of images in regeneration piece: Planarians, liver cells, and stem cells

The science of self-repair: regeneration research at Whitehead Institute

June 17, 2019

Researchers at Whitehead Institute are uncovering the underlying genetics, mechanisms, and principles of regeneration. 

Whitehead Fellow Kristin Knouse

Knouse earns coveted research award

October 2, 2018

Whitehead Fellow Kristin Knouse has received an NIH Director’s Early Independence Award. The award—part of the National Institute of Health (NIH) High-Risk, High-Reward Research program—was established in 2010 to enable exceptional junior scientists to move immediately into independent research positions. 

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