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  • Nathan Murray in the lab

    IPiB Thesis Defense July 6: Nathan Murray

    Nathan Murray, an IPiB graduate student in Dave Pagliarini’s lab and a visiting student at the Washington University in St. Louis, is defending his Ph.D. research this month. His research focuses on understanding and characterizing a protein called COQ8A. COQ8A has been tied to human disease and facilitates the biosynthesis of coenzyme Q (CoQ), which …

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  • Prof James Ntambi photo

    Parallel Tracks: A Nutritional Biochemistry Vision

    Biochemistry professor James Ntambi promotes health education in East Africa — from rural villages to university labs. While speaking of scarcity and excess, he has a generous demeanor, like a host offering second helpings. Multiple times in a recent interview, after answering a question, he shared more: “One small thing I didn’t tell you before …

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  • Thomas Anderson and Anil Kumar lead a tour group through the new cryo-EM facilities.

    New Cryo-Electron Microscopy Centers Help UW Researchers Uncover Mysteries of Life

    At the Steenbock Symposium on June 7 and 8, 2022, the University of Wisconsin–Madison Department of Biochemistry opened its doors in celebration of two new research centers that bring to campus advanced biomolecular imaging technology called cryo-electron microscopy. To view this Photo Gallery story, visit the UW News website. Photo: Thomas Anderson, a cellular and …

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  • Undergraduate student Autumn Chevalier and professor Judi Simcox examine a sample in the lab

    Searching for Better Biomarkers for Metabolic Syndrome

    Biochemistry assistant professor Judi Simcox and two undergraduate students in her lab are featured in a story appearing in ACS Central Science.

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  • Photo of Jon Audhya

    Anjon Audhya Receives Vilas Faculty Mid-Career Investigator Award

    Biomolecular chemistry professor Anjon Audhya received a Vilas Faculty Mid-Career Investigator Award this year. The award recognizes research and teaching excellence and provides flexible research funding for three years. Congratulations! For more information, visit the UW–Madison News website.

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