Five trainees in the Molecular and Cellular Biophysics Program received the Barry Lentz Travel Award this spring. The award provides financial support to students who are traveling to a conference to present research.
I-Te Chu in the Pielak lab – Presenting “Protein dimer formation in vitro and in cells” at the Annual Protein Society Symposium in San Francisco, CA
Jack Eicher in the Pielak lab– Presenting “Biophysical characterization of tardigrade desiccation tolerance protein” at the Annual Protein Society Symposium in San Francisco, CA
Sarah Harris in the Dominguez lab – Presenting “Evolution of RNA binding and regulations” at the Post-transcriptional Gene Regulation Gordon Research Conference in Newry, Maine
Rodney Park in the Kuhlman lab – Presenting “Improving enzyme efficiency through designer incorporation of a substrate recognition domain” at the Gordon Research Conference at Southern New Hampshire University
Joey Thole in the Pielak lab – Presenting ” Binding of the disordered C-terminal Sos domain to its native partner” at the Annual Protein Society Symposium in San Francisco, CA.