Recent Events in the Ingalls Lab

Angie Boysen successfully defends her Masters research on environmental metabolomics

Congratulations!

 

Alexa Wied Graduates from UW! Congratulations!

Regina Lionheart graduates from UW! Congratulations!

News about Vitamin B12 in the ocean

Heal et al.

http://www.washington.edu/news/2017/01/18/vitamin-b-12-and-a-knockoff-version-create-complex-market-for-marine-vitamins/

Reed College Winter Shadows student visitors Haley Leatherman and Yasemin Lopez!

Heal et al., published in PNAS

Congratulations to Katherine Heal on her paper that was published in PNAS this week: Two distinct pools of B12 analogs reveal community interdependenci‚Äčes in the ocean.

SCOPE Cruise Summer 2015

Angie Boysen and Laura Carlson cruised on the Kilo Moana!

Read about the cruise here:

https://www.simonsfoundation.org/life-sciences/tracking-the-oceans-circadian-rhythm/

News about our latest PNAS publication on the influence of temperature and oxygen on the TEX86 paleotemperature proxy

http://www.washington.edu/news/2015/08/26/lab-experiments-question-popular-measure-of-ancient-ocean-temperatures/

Ingalls Lab retreats to Mt. Constitution, Orcas Island!

Rachel, Angie, Katherine, Laura and Anitra

Rachel Lundeed joins the lab!

Rachel is an ETH Postdoctoral Fellow who will use proteomics to investigate marine microbial physiology and interactions.  Rachel did her PhD at ETH Zurich.

Angie Boysen joins the lab!

Angie is a first year graduate student that is developing metabolomics approaches to investigate the metabolic capacity of ammonia oxidizing archaea.

Angie obtained her undergraduate degree at Stanford University.

Vitamin Water: Press coverage of Katherine Heal's Masters work

Vitamin B12 in the Ocean

http://www.washington.edu/news/2014/02/24/vitamin-water-measuring-essential-nutrients-in-the-ocean/

http://www.livescience.com/44021-new-vitamin-source-discovered-underwater.html

Katherine Heal defended her masters! Congratulations Katherine!

Ingalls Lab aboard the R.V. Kilo Moana for NSF Dimensions of Biodiversity Research

Sailing from Seattle to Honolulu August-September 2013

Unpacking the Waters G2S QTOF mass spectrometer on the way to the new MMRC lab!

Dr. Erin Ellis defends her PhD!

 

Ingalls Lab members aboard the R.V. Thomas G. Thompson

GEOMics Cruise, May 2012

Announcements

Outstanding Researcher Award
Jul 25, 2017 2:00 PM
Ingalls receives the Outstanding Researcher Award from the College of the Environment!
Graduate Dean's Medalist
Mar 23, 2017 1:45 PM
Congratulations​ to Katherine Heal for being awarded the College of the Environment Graduate Dean'...
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News about Katherine's paper
Jan 18, 2017 11:15 AM
http://www.wash​ington.edu/news​/2017/01/18/vit​amin-b-12-and-a​-knockoff-versi​on-create-compl​ex-market-for-m​arine-vitamins/​
Congratulations​ to Katherine Heal on the publication of her latest work in PNAS!
Jan 4, 2017 1:43 PM
Heal et al., Two distinct pools of B12 analogs reveal community interdependenci​es in the ocean. P...
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News and Views in Nature Geosciences
Nov 15, 2016 10:05 PM
Read a commentary by Ingalls about the TEX86 paleo sea surface temperature index

http://rdcu.be/​jlzV
New Instrument Arrives
Dec 18, 2015 1:06 PM
Our new QExactive HF LC-MS is here and awaiting installation in early in 2016!
First SCOPE cruise in summer 2015 was a success
Sep 17, 2015 12:16 PM
https://www.sim​onsfoundation.o​rg/life-science​s/tracking-the-​oceans-circadia​n-rhythm/
Latest news from the Ingalls Lab
Feb 11, 2011 4:21 PM
Ingalls named SCOPE Investigator

http://scope.so​est.hawaii.edu/​investigators.h​tml

in the Simon...
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