The Rodriguez Lab develops tools for imaging molecules in single cells to disease in humans.
We develop new fluorescent proteins, biosensors, protein labeling tags, and tools for imaging human maladies.
The Birth of a Multinucleated Cell
Have you ever seen a nucleus jump into another cell and become multinucleated?
I have and now you have! pic.twitter.com/XVppvhdxSu
— Erin Rod (@erin_rod_phd) May 10, 2017
Movie seen by over 50,000 people on Twitter!
One of the United States National Winners of the 2017 Wiki Science Competition!
Washington, DC and The George Washington University
Who wouldn't want to live, study, and perform research in the beautiful city of Washington, DC at The George Washington University! (Source: @GWTweets, 08-19-19)
Fluorescence Demonstrations & Outreach
Fluorescence student outreach, demonstrations, & art area in the lab!
Art is created by students and visitors.
Many examples were featured in American Chemical Society Chemical & Engineering News and #FluorescenceFriday on Twitter and Instagram!