Off to Lake Itasca
August 16th-21st, 2017
Congratulations to Titu and Sangbae!
August 15th, 2017
Titu and Sangabae's manuscript investigated the PKCα kinase-substrate interface, and provided insight into the dynamic properties of the kinase-substrate interaction that govern substrate binding and turnover. Their work was published in Journal of Biological Chemistry.
Congratulations to Rabia!
July 5th, 2017
Rabia's manuscript that further characterizes our novel SPASM FRET sensors with regards to the GPCR-G-protein interaction. Her work was published in Nature Scientific Reports.
Congratulations to our collaborator, Dr. Mohan Balasubramanian!
June 27th, 2017
Dr. Balasubramanian's manuscript investigated the role of turnover of actin and myosin II in its contraction and was recently published in the Journal of Cell Biology.
Congratulations to Ansley and Manbir!
June 23rd, 2017
Ansley and Manbir's paper Structural Elements in the Gαs and Gαq C Termini That Mediate Selective G Protein-coupled Receptor (GPCR) Signaling has been chosen to represent a special virtual issue on structural biology that highlights the most exciting advances made in structural biology over the past three years. Congratulations!
May 10th, 2017
Abhi has been accepted into the M.D. program at the University of Michigan. Congrats Abhi!
Lab hosts Research Assistant
May 4th-12th, 2017
Matt heads to Chicago for the Experimental Biology 2017 Annual Meeting
Aprill 22nd-27th, 2017
Matt will be presenting posters regarding both his work with Rabia and Tejas' paper regarding GPCR priming. Both poster sessions will be the 22nd. Abstracts can be found here.
March 21st, 2017
Tejas' paper examining the effects of non-cognate interactions in GPCR-G protein fusions was accepted in PNAS. Congrats Tejas!
Lab welcomes back Rabia
March 20th, 2017
Rabia returned from her trip back home and will be joining the lab for a bit while she applies for postdoc positions. Welcome back Rabia!
Lab says farewell to Ruth
March 10th, 2017
The lab said goodbye and celebrated Ruth's new position as a senior scientist at Pfizer by hosting a dinner at Shiv's.
Congratulations to our collaborator, Dr. Robert Chow!
February 14th, 2017
Dr. Chow's paper reports on a new class of genetically encoded biosensors that extend the virtues of GCaMP proteins to ratiometric measurements.
Mike, Ashim, and Shiv head to New Orleans for the 61st Annual Biophysical Society Meeting
February 11-15th, 2017
Mike and Ashim will both be presenting posters regarding their research on molecular motors on February 13th (Poster numbers B241 and B402), whereas Shiv will be giving a talk on February 11th - more info can be found here and under the talks page.