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LAB NEWS AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS
Cam joins the lab as our first graduate student! #slay
We are excited to welcome Cameron Russell as the lab's first rotation student! Cameron, originally from Crowley, LA, joins us from the Biochemistry, Cell and Developmental Biology (BCDB) Graduate Program. His current career goals are science outreach/communication and biotech consulting.
Our lab's first grant is official! We received our first Notice of Award for our R00 work on discovering new nuclear egress inhibitors.
Happy New Year! We are excited to have a new member join the lab!
Amal is a freshman at Emory University and is originally from Memphis, Tennessee. As a future MD (maybe dermatologist) she is hoping to major in Human Health and Economics.
Our lab's Wyatt light scattering system was installed and is ready for data collection! We are equipped to perform both SEC-MALS/DLS and FFF-MALS/DLS experiments. If you are interested in learning more or using these technologies, we are always interested in collaborating - reach out to us! Established protocols and detailed instrumentation documents will be posted to the lab website soon.
Neha Mohanty joins the lab as our first Research Specialist! Neha is a Georgia native but recently completed her B.S. in Microbiology and Immunology with a minor in Psychology from the University of Miami. She is currently deciding between medical and graduate school. Welcome Neha!
Lizzy is awarded a K99/R00 Pathway to Independence Award, funding our work on herpesvirus nuclear egress inhibitors.
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