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.
Tuesday, May 10, 2022 Materials Seminar, 2:30 PM, CH033 Rachel Fadler, Exit Exam, Chemistry “Rigidity and Flexibility in Cyanostar and Organophosphate Assemblies” Hosted by Amar Flood Thursday, May 12, 2022 Organic Seminar, 1:00 PM, CH033 Mallory Kern, Exit Exam, Chemistry “Automated Solution-Phase Synthesis of Thioglycoside Analogues and Efforts Toward Convergent Synthesis of Xyloglucan Fragments” Hosted […]
We are currently holding QCB ambassador elections view candidates here. Please vote here by Friday, May 13th.
Rachel Fadler was first author on, Rigidity and Flexibility in Rotaxanes and Their Relatives; On Being Stubborn and Easy-Going, a paper published in Frontiers in Chemistry
Ekaterina Selivanovitch was first author on, Substrate Partitioning into Protein Macromolecular Frameworks for Enhanced Catalytic Turnover, a paper published in ACS Nano Ekaterina was also third author on, Controlled Modular Multivalent Presentation of the CD40 Ligand on P22 Virus-like Particles Leads to Tunable Amplification of CD40 Signaling, a paper published in ACS Applied Bio Materials.