Mullins Lab Student Wins Art in Science Competition

Francesca Tuazon, a doctoral candidate in the lab of Mary Mullins, PhD, created this composite image, titled Part of Our World, to resemble the Earth and phases of the moon using zebrafish embryos. Each pinprick spot, whether white in the moon-like images, or blue or green in the Earth-like one, represents a single cell that is bustling with a specific type of growth factor signaling.  Her submission won first place in the Graduate Student category of the 2018 Art in Science Competition.  Read more here.

Congratulations, Francesca!