July: Eric Stokes officially joins the laboratory! Welcome back!
June: Carley Miller (MSTP) started her summer rotation. Welcome, Carley!
February 24th: Eric wrapped up his second rotation with a great post-rotation talk. Great job, Eric!
November 18th: Dean finished his rotation with a great post-rotation talk, and Eric Stokes will start his second rotation in Aoto lab. Good job Dean, and welcome Eric!
November 15th: Congratulations to Emma Boxer for winning "Best Poster at the Neuroscience program retreat" for her interrogation of microcircuitry as voted on by students and faculty! JungMin Kim also gave a wonderful talk and poster on her collaborative work investigating vSub-NAc projection circuitry.
October 2nd: Susy's paper is officially out in J. Neuro!
August: Dean Kareemo starts his first rotation in the lab. Welcome, Dean!
August: Brian Lloyd officially joins the laboratory! Welcome!
May: JungMin Kim officially joins the laboratory! Welcome!
April 29th: Brian Lloyd (MSTP) begins his summer rotation. Welcome, Brian!
March 3rd: Emma Boxer's collaborative work with Dr. Matthew Kennedy's lab that characterizes a novel light-activated split botulinum toxin is in print at Neuron!
February 19th: JungMin's successful post-rotation talk caps a very productive second rotation.
February 6th: Susy's poster characterizing a mutation in neurexin-3 that is linked to epilepsy and profound intellectual disability was awarded second place at the 2019 Winter Conference on Brain Research.
December 10th: Susy's was awarded a Yale Ciencias predoctoral fellowship. Congratulations, Susy!
November 11th: JungMin Kim starts her second rotation in the lab. Welcome, JungMin!
October 23rd: A paper in collaboration with Dr. Mark Dell'Acqua's lab in Cell Reports is published!
October 12th: Susy received the "best student seminar" award for her talk characterizing the functional impact of a disease-relevant point mutation in neurexin-3 at the Department of Pharmacology Research Symposium!
October 4th: Emma Boxer passed her comprehensive examination and is now a bonafied PhD candidate!
July 26th: Susy Restrepo passed her comprehensive examination and is now an official PhD candidate!!! Well done, Susy.
July 1st: Nora Langer joins the Aoto lab as the new PRA! Welcome, Nora!
June 29th: Kylan's last day in the lab! Thanks for helping to get the lab running and for all the technical support - you were indispensable! Good luck!
June 14th: Susy is awarded a prestigious Gilliam Fellowship for Advanced Study from HHMI!
June 1st: R01 from NIMH awarded!
February 20th: Ellen Ford finishes her Winter 2017-2018 rotation with a nice end of rotation talk.
November 17th: Hannah Actor-Engel ends her productive rotation with a bang. Excellent end of rotation talk! Ellen Ford begins her Winter rotation. Welcome, Ellen!
August 21st: Hannah Actor-Engel starts her Fall 2017 rotation. Welcome, Hannah!
June 28th: Brett Dunn successfully defended his Masters thesis! Congratulations!
May 22nd: Susy Restrepo and Emma Boxer have officially decided to join the Aoto lab to carry out their PhD's! Welcome back, Susy and Emma!
May 16th: Emma Boxer ends her productive third rotation in which she identified some completely unexpected disease-relevant phentoypes!
March 27th: Susy Restrepo ends her productive second rotation and Emma Boxer begins her third rotation. Welcome, Emma!
January 17th: Jun Wang starts her postdoc in the Aoto Lab. Welcome, Jun!
November 22nd: Joshua Garcia ends his very productive first rotation (Fall) and Susy Restrepo begins her second rotation (Winter). Welcome, Susy!
August 29th: Joshua Garcia begins his Fall 2016 rotation. Welcome, Josh!
August 8th: Jason receives notice of a Brain and Behavior Research Foundation (NARSAD) Young Investigator Award.
July 15th: Kylan Nelson starts her PRA position.
July 10th: Brett Dunn officially joins the lab.
April 25th: Brett Dunn begins his rotation. Welcome, Brett!
February 24th: The R00 portion of the K99/R00 has been awarded to Jason Aoto.
January 15th: The Aoto Laboratory opens! We are located on the 6th floor of RC-1N.