Great job Alex and co-authors on their new publication “Asymmetric dimerization of adenosine deaminase acting on RNA facilitates substrate recognition”. Read the full text here!
Two collaborative papers were published recently:
Congrats to Cody on this collaboration with the Doudna lab here.
And to Leanna on this collaboration with the Heemstra lab here.
Great work everyone!
Michelle and Shannon both gave excellent talks at this year’s virtual Larock conference. The conference also featured keynote speaker and lab alumna Dr. Nicole Schirle-Oakldale, who recieved her M.S. in pharmaceutical chemistry in 2010.
Great job, Shannon, who was awarded Best Presentation in chemical biology session II.
Following in her mentor’s footsteps (Miller Symposium 2019 Best Poster winner), Shannon took home the award for Best Poster among the undergraduates at the 2020 Miller Symposium. Nice work, Shannon!
This year’s Miller symposium was a success, with a talk from our very own Dr. Peter Beal, and poster presentations by graduate and undergraduate students in the group. Thanks to keynote speaker Dr. Jennifer Doudna for a wonderful talk, and for joining us for a photo!
Congrats to Cody and co-authors on their paper “Versatile 3′ Functionalization of CRISPR Single Guide RNA”. This collaborative work with Dr. David Segal’s lab began as part of Cody’s T32 training grant. Read the full text here!
Time to celebrate some recent successes of the group and welcome our new members: Victorio and Bailey!
Many of our lab members ventured to UC San Fransisco for the Bay Area RNA Club’s 2019 meeting.
Congrats to Yuru and Leanna on this productive collaboration with Dr. Michael Toney’s lab. Read their publication “RNA binding candidates for human ADAR3 from substrates of a gain of function mutant expressed in neuronal cells” here!