Technician Coleman Breen starts grad school in Wisconsin

Coleman started in the lab several years ago, via the Federal Work Study program, and quickly made key contributions to ongoing work on contractile oscillations. He applied lessons from coursework in Statistics and Operations Research and taught us all a lot. The summer before his senior year he was awarded a prestigious SURF summer research fellowship to work full time in the lab. During that time, he learned the entire experimental workflow, culturing worms, dissecting zygotes, and acquiring image data on the confocal. He worked in the lab briefly after graduating, and recently moved to the University of Wisconsin at Madison for graduate studies in Biostatistics. We miss him and wish him well!