Two more open positions to join the lab: 1 bioinformatician and 1 PhD student positions to work in our ERC-CoG project
Two more people joined the lab. Rafath will investigate the origin of wings in insects and Antoni will help all us with our experimental work and care of the animals
We welcome Laia to the lab! She will be working with us as part of her Master thesis
Another great collaboration with the Irimia lab. Check the preprint here: https://www.biorxiv.org/content/10.1101/2022.11.14.516384v1.full
Maria has been awarded a Margarita Salas postdoctoral fellowship. With that, she will continue exploring the genes controlling the appearance of new organs together with the Solana team at Oxford Brookes University
Do you want to join the team? We have postdoctoral and research assistant positions open to join the lab funded through the mayFLYeye ERC-CoG project
The lab has attended the EuroEvoDevo2022 meeting in Naples and we all presented different projects running in the lab... and there was a Seville-Barcelona reunion!
The lab has been awarded with an ERC-Consolidator grant.
With "mayFLYeye" we will study the genetic basis of morphological novelties that contributed insects' conquest of the skies
While Isabel is presenting the last results from the lab at the VIII SESBE meeting in Vigo, María and Tòt are attending to the Developmental Biology Symposium in Barcelona. María won the 2nd prize to the best poster presentation!
The lab welcomes Tòt Senar, who is joining the team to pursue his Master thesis. Tòt is investigating the visual capabilities of mayflies
The first generation of our mayfly colony has born in our new location in Barcelona. María made the honours assisting in the delivery.
María Rosselló joined the lab. She will use her expertise in Bioinformatics and Developmental Biology to address how mayflies adapt to different environments and evolved new organs. Welcome, María!
Final version of our collaboration with the Belles lab at IBE-CSIC is now published in PNAS. Check it here
Perfect starting at the University of Barcelona, Isabel is one of Leonardo awardees from the BBVA fundation. With this project, we will investigate the origin of insect wings using our favorite animal, the mayfly Cloeon dipterum.
In addition, our project to investigate the turbanate eyes of mayfly males has been also awarded by the Spanish Research Council.
Exciting times ahead!