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On May 19th, four Molecular and Cellular Biophysics trainees will give talks on a research project of choice from their first year rotations. The event is hosted by the Department of Biochemistry and Biophysics to welcome new students to the department.




Matthew Hvasta, Biophysics

“A conserved set of mutations for stabilizing soluble E protein dimers from Dengue and Zika viruses”

Lab: Brian Kuhlman

Matt Hvasta












Amrita Nallathambi, Biophysics

“Optimizing a PD-1 autoinhibitory domain using AlphaFold2”

Lab: Brian Kuhlman













Alex Neary, Biophysics

“3D RNA structure prediction with post transcriptional modifications using Rosetta/FARFAR2”

Lab: Qi Zhang

Alex Neary













Chelsea Yang, Biophysics

“Using super-resolution microscopy to study effects of Nup98-HoxA9 condensates on the nuclear environment”

Lab: Wesley Legant

Chelsea Yang


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