This year’s Watanabe symposium was a great success! Congratulations again to the poster award winners.
Ekaterina Selivanovitch is second author on, Electromechanical Photophysics of GFP Packed Inside Viral Protein Cages Probed by Force-Fluorescence Hybrid Single-Molecule Microscopy, a paper published in Small
We are happy to announce the speakers and information for the 2022 Watanabe Symposium in Chemical Biology! Click here to view info flyer
Brooke Brown was first author on, Analysis of Keratinocytic Exosomes from Diabetic and Nondiabetic Mice by Charge Detection Mass Spectrometry, a paper published in Analytical Chemistry
Joseph Holmes was first author on, Ultrafast Collective Excited-State Dynamics of a Virus-Supported Fluorophore Antenna, a paper published in The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters
Frank Roushar was an author on, Chromenone derivatives as novel pharmacological chaperones for retinitis pigmentosa-linked rod opsin mutants, a paper published in Human Molecular Genetics
Matthew Jordan was an author on, Zn-regulated GTPase metalloprotein activator 1 modulates vertebrate zinc homeostasis, a paper published in Cell
We are delighted to announce that our QCB trainee cohort will be hosting our first annual program retreat to be held Friday-Saturday, Aug 12-13 in Dimension Mill in Bloomington. The schedule of events is nearly finalized; check here for updates!
We’d like to welcome our new QCB trainees for this year: Allan Gramillo, Caitlin Roof, Hunter Richman, and Austin Tedman. Congratulations to all and we are so happy to have you!
Congratulations to our new QCB ambassadors – Ria Kidner and Brigham Pope! And thank you to our previous ambassadors, Jessie and Abigail, for all their hard work this past year.