It’s been a while since the last post, and for a good reason!
It has been a really hectic couple of months…
But first things first…
During these months the lab space has taken shape, there is still some construction going on, but the main lab space is done. You can take a look at the benches before (and after) adding all the equipment.
Importantly, our lab name plate is here! it is so cool to have it already in place, now we are even more excited to do science!
The second remarkable event for the lab (other than the summer break) has been attending, in September, to the EMBO workshop “Mitochondrial DNA and degeneration” held in Sitges, Barcelona.
It was a great meeting with plenty of exciting and eye-opening talks that showed us the cutting-edge science in mitochondrial research. Plus, we met many excellent mitochondrial scientists and potential collaborations!
And last, but not least, we are really excited to introduce our new lab members 🙂 We welcome our first graduate students, Pati and Pablo, but this really deserves its own post!
The lab gets bigger but we all share our drive to make excellent science in mitochondrial disease research!