The Taube Lab is excited to start another semester and another year! We are one grad student and a few undergrads stronger, and have lots of exciting research on the horizon. To keep progress consistent, we are resolving to implement better time management techniques and efficient work flow. One way we talked about doing this is via the Eisenhower Box. Our goal? Aim for tasks to be in the Not Urgent/Important category. Below is the version we created:
The Taube Lab (Dr. Taube, Kelsey, and Keighley) have all made it safely to the San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium. It’s an amazing, huge, international conference where scientists and physicians from all angles of breast cancer meet to learn from and discuss with each other. Day 1 has been an interesting day, hearing talks about EMT, brain metastasis, TNBC clinical care, BRCA1/2, dormancy, and more!
Keighley has been live tweeting some of the speakers; stay up to date by following her Twitter (@knreisenauer) or the conference (@SABCSSanAntonio).
The Taube Lab is proud to support Susan G. Komen’s Race for the Cure this year, being held in Waco! If you’d like to join our team, or support the cause, follow this link! We are thankful for your support!