A new collaborative paper explains how public volume electron microscopy data sets can be used to study cerebrovascular structure in unprecedented...Read more
Perivascular fibroblasts: An elusive cell in the neurovascular unit.
Congratulations to Stephanie Bonney for a new publication on perivascular fibroblasts. Direct link to PDF. Perivascular fibroblasts (PVFs) are a...Read more
Cara Nielson joins the lab!
We are excited to welcome Cara Nielson to the lab! Cara is a graduate student in the Neuroscience program at the University of Washington...Read more
New insights provided by 3-D electron microscopy
We recently published a study that examines the physical interaction between the two cell types that make up capillaries throughout the body...Read more
Inspired an online cooking class from Hot Stove Society, we did a lab cooking party to celebrate recent graduation of Andree-Anne Berthiaume and...Read more
Pericytes have slow control over blood flow through brain capillaries
A new study from our lab was recently published in Nature Neuroscience! Read more about the work from a news article written by Lindsay Kurs of...Read more
Zooming in on brain capillaries
A glimpse into what we see when imaging the mouse brain with two-photon microscopyRead more
Andree-Anne Berthiaume completes her Ph.D!
Congratulations to Dr. Andree-Anne Berthiaume for a picture-perfect thesis defense!! Obtaining a Ph.D. is already a major achievement. But, to do...Read more
VasoMetrics: An ImageJ/Fiji macro to measure blood vessel diameter
With imaging being the core approach in our lab, we spend a lot of time deciding how to extract data from pictures. A task as simple as measuring...Read more
Vanessa wins NAVBO poster award
Congrats to Dr. Vanessa Coelho-Santos for winning an award for her poster at NAVBO this year! Vanessa is fascinated by brain development. The...Read more
Practical guide to live imaging of brain pericytes
We’ve written a guide to imaging and manipulation of brain pericytes using two-photon microscopy. It includes everything from how to...Read more
Stephanie Bonney receives F32 award!
Post-doctoral fellow, Stephanie Bonney, has won an F32 award from the NINDS to elucidate the role of perivascular fibroblasts in ischemic injury...Read more