Steffen Bernard received his PhD last fall and is currently a Postdoctoral Fellow at The Scrippes Research Institute in San Diego in the Ian Wilson lab.
Conor Doss received his PhD last fall and is currently working as a scientific editor for Enago reviewing manuscripts for ESL authors.
Alison Tebo will be defending her thesis next Wednesday, 4/29. She has accepted a post-doctoral position at the École Normale Supérieure in Paris with the Laboratory of Biophysical Chemistry. She will be mostly working on engineering new fluorescent proteins for time-resolved protein-protein interactions and super resolution imaging. Congratulations, Alison!
Erin Taylor has published her first author paper:
Taylor, E. L., and O’Brien, P. J. (2015) Kinetic mechanism for the flipping and excision of 1,N6-ethenoadenine by AlkA, Biochemistry 54, 898-908.
Former trainee Frank Kwarcinski was interviewed by Rackham about his research and CBI. Read more here!