Check out our latest paper in RSC Chem Bio! This fantastic work by Hannah and team talks about nucleoside analogs that modulate ADAR editing of adenosine at 5′-UA sites. Way to go, guys!
Check out our latest paper in NAR! This work was made possible by the collaborative effort of these amazing people in the Beal and Fisher labs: Erin, Agya, Xander, Herra, Aashrita, and Victorio! Congratulations, everyone!
ADAR activation by inducing a syn conformation at guanosine adjacent to editing site
Natalie is one of three trainees awarded with the Chemical Biology Program training grant for the 2022-2023 academic year. During this fellowship, Natalie will be cross training with Dr. Igor Vorobyov, who works with voltage gated ion channels. Voltage gated ion channels are heavily edited by ADAR2, but the impact editing has on the channels is not well known. Natalie will be doing atomistic modeling of edited and non-edited channels to try to determine the impact editing has on these proteins.
Congratulations, Dr. Erin Doherty, on earning your Ph.D. degree! We’re excited to see you continue your amazing work at the Doudna lab as a post-doctoral fellow. The Beal lab will always be proud of you!
Congratulations to Agya for getting the Floyd and Mary Schwall Dissertation Year Fellowship in Medical Research and to Erin for receiving the David and Ruth Volman Graduate Fellowship in Chemistry! The Beal lab is so proud of you two!
Congratulations to Dr. Kevin Pham on earning his Ph.D. degree! We’re all so excited on your post doctoral research journey at Portugal and you’ll surely be missed!!!
Congratulations, Erin and Herra, for winning poster awards during the recently concluded Miller Symposium 2022. Well done!
Got to hear some amazing science and meet some experts in the base editing field (including ADAR pioneer, Kazuko Nishikura!) at the Deaminet 2022!
A big congratulations to Erin for winning a poster award during the recently concluded Oligonucleotide Therapeutics Society Annual Meeting. Great job, Erin!