Here in The Ins and Outs Lab, we not only enjoy working together, we also enjoy being social together. Whether it’s celebrating lab members’ birthdays with cake in lab meetings, hosting holiday potlucks, or getting out and enjoying what the great state of Utah has to offer, you can be sure our lab does it all! Take a look below to see just a few of the things we love to do.
Our COVID-19 reality: getting together on Zoom! Aug 2020
Collin created a ‘Trailer of Science’ so he could still do some science during COVID-19! Apr 2020
It was a bittersweet time at the Ins and Outs lab’s goodbye bowling party for Sima as she gets ready to leave the lab for her new position in Canada. Jan 2020
(L to R) Gayani, Logan, and Masa out exploring Adams Creek near Layton. Sep 2019
We spent Pioneer Day together as a lab! Pictured are the colorful results of our summer party and the Rodan lab modeling their tie-dye lab coats. July 2019.
(Left to right) Logan, Alejandro, and Andrew rock climbing in Big Cottonwood Canyon. July 2019.
Collin enjoying the water over the 4th of July Weekend. Wake-surfing in Ririe Reservoir, Idaho . July 2019.
(Right to left) Sima, Masa, and Alex taking part in the Huntsman Cancer Institute’s 5k run for Cancer Research. June 2019
Gaelle, Collin, Sima, Daniel, Masa, Andrew, and Austin at Geeks Who Drink Trivia Night at Piper Down Pup in downtown SLC.
Andrew, Alex, Gaelle, Sima, and Masa (left to right) at the annual Human Genetics Department retreat at Deer Valley Resort. Nov. 2018.
The lab enjoying a Thanksgiving Potluck lunch. Everyone was asked to bring a dish from their country/region of origin. Nov. 2017.
Addison and Andrew, as well as Addison’s dog Tobias, enjoying kayaking on Causey Reservoir. July 2018.
Andrew, Gaelle, Joe and friends participating in the 2018 Neuroscience HOMErun Walk. Sept. 2018.
Joe and Andrew bouldering in Little Cottonwood Canyon. Sept. 2018
Back in Dallas
So, Ria, Dianna, Sham and Dante actually decided to go jump from a plane. Crazy! Or as Sham put it: “It was fun — but I wouldn’t do it again…” Note the clever shirts.