New postdoc position in the Fudge Lab

We are looking to hire a postdoctoral fellow for a two year NSF-funded position in cell biology and biophysics. The project is on the cell biology of thread production in hagfish gland thread cells. Interested candidates should contact Dr. Fudge (fudge@chapman.edu)...

More on slime gland refilling from Sarah Schorno

PhD student Sarah Schorno’s latest publication is on the cellular basis of refilling in hagfish slime glands. This paper represents a major leap forward in our understanding of how hagfishes recharge their slime glands after a sliming event. Here is the link to...

Fudge Lab receives NSF funding

The Fudge Lab was awarded a grant from the National Science Foundation for a project entitled “Biogenesis and evolution of hagfish slime and slime glands.” The project is a collaboration with Dr. David Plachetzki at the University of New Hampshire and will...
Skip to toolbar