Here are the graduates and faculty of the Physiology & Biophysics Department as photographed by David L. Keough: Conragtulations!
Congratulations to Andrew for a successful defense of his PhD thesis entitled; “Novel Mechanisms of EIF2B Action and Regulation by EIF2Alpha Phosphoralization”.
Congratulations to Madhurima for a successful defense of her PhD thesis entitled; “Structural Stability and Lipid Interactions in the Misfolding of Human Apolipoprotein A-I: What makes the Protein Amyloidogenic?”
Congratulations to Minjing for a successful defense of her PhD thesis entitled; “Structural Studies of Apolipoprotein A-I and ATP-Binding Cassette A1 and their Roles in Nascent High Density Lipoprotein Biogenesis”.
Congratulations to our PhD students, Mehraj Awal and Nick Frame, who successfully passed their qualifying exams in June 2016!
Structure of Serum Amyloid A Suggests a Mechanism for Selective Lipoprotein Binding and Functions: SAA as a Hub in Macromolecular Interaction Networks by Nicholas Frame and Olga Gursky has been accepted for publication in FEBS Letters.
A new podcast from PhD candidate Dan Taub, discusses what we learn from model systems. Listen to him tell us about yeast and frogs – more to come. Here’s the link to the podcast.
Madhurima Das, Christopher J. Wilson, Xiaohu Mei, Thomas E. Wales, John R. Engen, and Olga Gursky, Structural Stability and Local Dynamics in Disease-Causing Mutants of Human Apolipoprotein A-I: What Makes the Protein Amyloidogenic? http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jmb.2015.10.029 The JMB scientific editor writes:” For your featured article, normally we would have a commentary, but since the editor liked the […]