Joe Clayton successfully completed his Ph.D. requirements, and defended his Ph.D. thesis titled “Barcoding the actin track: Differential regulation of myosin motors by tropomyosin” on Friday, June 10, 2016. Congrats Joe!
Greg Hoeprich (Chris Berger’s lab) successfully completed his Ph.D. Degree requirements, and defended his Ph.D. thesis titled “The Role of Kinesin-2 in Navigating Microtubule Obstacles: Implications for the Regulation of Axonal Transport”, on Tues, March 8, 2016. Congrats Greg!
More than 15 years ago, David Warshaw, Ph.D., and coworkers discovered the precise malfunction of a specific protein in the heart that leads to hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, a common culprit in cases of sudden death in young athletes. Now, a team of scientists has used some of Warshaw’s earlier findings to develop a possible treatment to… Continue reading Warshaw’s Pioneering Heart Failure Discovery in 2000 Leads to New Potential Treatment
Congrats to the 2015 Cathy Bulman Award recipients Best Scientific Oral presentation — Jamie Stern; Best Scientific Poster Presentation – Maria Sckolnick; Most Inquisitive Scientific Questions — Andrew Lombardo Most Inquisitive Scientific Questions — Lynda Menard
Alison Watson, undergraduate student in the laboratory of Teresa Ruiz, received the Poster Award in the biological poster session at the 2015 M&M Meeting for the work entitled: Tomographic Analysis of EmaA Adhesin Glycosylation in Aggregatibacter actinomycetemcomitans; (A Watson, H Naughton, M Radermacher, KP Mintz, T Ruiz). Image (courtesy of J. Mansfield): John Mansfield, president of… Continue reading Alison Watson, undergrad in the Ruiz lab, received Award at the 2015 M&M Meeting
Christine Nolan, undergraduate student in the laboratory of Michael Radermacher, received an 2015 M&M Meeting/ Presidential Scholar Award, for her paper entitled: “3D Reconstruction of Mitochondrial Complex I Analyzed After Biogenesis in the Absence of Assembly Factor N7BML (NDUFAF2)”; (CT Nolan, K Kmita, V Zickemann, T Ruiz, M Radermacher). The award is sponsored by the Microscopy Society… Continue reading Christine Nolan, undergrad in the Radermacher lab, received Presidential Scholar Award at the 2015 M&M meeting.
Congrats to the 2014 Cathy Bulman Award recipients Best Scientific Oral presentation — Shane Nelson; Best Scientific Poster Presentation – Julia Torvi; Most Inquisitive Scientific Question — Thomas Sladewski.
This award honors the Society’s distinguished members who have demonstrated excellence in science, contributed to the expansion of the field of biophysics, and supported the Biophysical Society. Dr. Warshaw is recognized for his substantial contributions to the understanding of the mechanics and regulation of smooth muscle and cardiac disease at the single molecule level. The… Continue reading D Warshaw Elected 2014 Biophysical Society Fellow
Gregory Hoeprich, Molecular Physiology & Biophysics PhD Candidate in Dr. Chris Berger’s Lab, attended the 2013 Motile & Contractile Systems Gordon Research Conference from July 28-August 2. More info.. http://www.uvm.edu/cmb/2013/10/08/greg-hoeprich-wins-outstanding-questions-award/ No doubts, there are numerous matters you should consider about your health. You can buy medicament to treat acute treatment of the symptoms of rheumatoid… Continue reading Greg Hoeprich wins Outstanding Questions Award
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