Congratulations to Dr. Olga Gursky for receiving a new RO1 grant to study “Structural stability and functional remodeling of high-density lipoproteins”.
Surface For Catalysis by Poliovirus RNA-dependent RNA Polymerase
by Jing Wang, John M Lyle, and Esther Bullitt
Jing received her PhD in the Bullitt lab in May 2012. Congratulations!
Dr. Chelsea Epler will be working in the Bullitt lab investigating type III secretion and virus replication.
Dr. Alan Huang is a biochemist and molecular biologist who has gained biophysical expertise during the last ten years in the Wang lab.
Dr. Shigeru Komaba, also in the Coluccio laboratory, is studying the role of myosin I in the association of transporters with the actin cytoskeleton at the cell membrane.
Dr. Hiroshi Tokuo will be working with Dr. Coluccio investigating the role of myosin I in cell-cell contact; and myosin X in the formation of filopodia.
Dr. Lynne Coluccio joins us from Boston Biomedical Research Institute to continue her work on the role of class I myosins in the inner ear.
Dr. Albert Wang joins us from Boston Biomedical Research Institute to continue his work on regulation of the actin cytoskeleton in smooth muscle and non-muscle cells.
2012 Commencement ceremony. From left to right Dr. Esther Bullitt, Dr. Jeffrey W.
Brown, MD, PhD, Dr. David Atkinson, Dr. Jing Wang, Dr. Xiaohu Mei, Dr.
Eileen Krenzel-Rojas, Miss Delia Krenzel-Rojas, Dr. James Hamilton, and
Dr. Jamie McKnight (not shown; Dr. Laura Packer, Dr. Ning Hua, and Dr. Matthew Mitsche).
The achievements of Professor Donald M. Small were celebrated at the annual Department Retreat, with a symposium held on October 1, 2011 at the Commonwealth Museum. A few photos of the event are shown below. For more photos, go here.
We would like to welcome incoming Fall graduate students; Andrew Bogorad, Madhurima Das, Melyorise Sepulveda-Chervony, Zhi Yang.
BUSM Educator of the Year, Basic Sciences
Photos of this year’s graduates:
A winner of the 2008 Nobel Prize in chemistry for his research on green fluorescent protein.
Osamu Shimomura, PhD
Department of Physiology and Biophysics
(Photo courtesy of SiPA Press, Inc.)