Lily Miller’s research explores how enzymes add methyl groups to modify histone proteins.
William Kasberg’s research in the Audhya Lab investigates regulation of protein trafficking.
Raghav Jain’s research in the Simcox Lab investigates the role of a lysosomal lipid on mammalian homeostasis.
Pustova’s research in the Audhya Lab focuses on neurodegenerative diseases associated with dysregulated protein secretory pathways.
Meza’s research in the Buller Lab focuses on enzymatic mechanisms and amino acid synthesis.
Carrick’s research in Kimble Lab and Wickens Lab explores interactions among proteins and RNA which regulate stem cells.
Bao explores the structure and function of RNA polymerase as a member of the Landick Lab.
A member of the Coon Lab, Zhu’s research uses mass spectrometry to enhance methods and technologies used to quantify protein homeostasis.
Ferdous explores the molecular mechanisms that help to regulate stem cells as a member of the Kimble Lab.
Nina Bonde, an IPiB graduate student, will be defending her Ph.D. research on May 11. Bonde’s research focuses on the roles and interactions of proteins involved in DNA repair processes. She is a member of both the Keck Lab in the Department of Biomolecular Chemistry and the Cox Lab in the Department of Biochemistry.