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Amrita Nallathambi’s outreach with Shadow a Scientist

January 31, 2023

On December 9th, Amrita Nallathambi served as a Shadow A Scientist graduate student science ambassador. Amrita is currently a 2nd year PhD student in the Department of Biochemistry and Biophysics and also a trainee in the Molecular and Cellular Biophysics program. Amrita is a member of the Kuhlman lab. Shadow A Scientist is a graduate student run organization that provides opportunities for high school students to interact with science in an exciting new way by experiencing … Continued


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Student Spotlight – Trainee Uriel Jean-Baptiste Featured

January 23, 2023

Uriel Jean-Baptiste, a MCBP trainee and member of the Biochemistry and Biophysics PhD curriculum was featured as the student spotlight this month. Visit BCBP’s news post to learn more about Uriel’s research in the Neher lab.    


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Morgan Walker earns her PhD

January 18, 2023

Morgan Walker defended her dissertation under the guidance of Dr. Matthew Redinbo on January 13, 2023 and received her PhD. Her dissertation is titled “Structure and Function of Diverse Gut Microbial Enzymes.” Morgan received her B.S.Chem in Chemistry from the University of Georgia in Athens, GA in 2017. During her time there, she worked with Dr. Arthur Roberts to elucidate differences in P-glycoprotein transport of the opioids methadone and loperamide using biochemical and biophysical methods. … Continued


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Darex Vera-Rodriguez and Odessa Goudy attend SACNAS conference in Puerto Rico

November 16, 2022

Two Molecular and Cellular Biophysics trainees, Darex in the Lee lab, and Odessa in the Kuhlman lab, attended the 2022 STEM SACNAS conference in Puerto Rico. View the Department of Biochemistry and Biophysics news post for details.


Reem Hakeem earns her PhD

November 16, 2022

Congratulations to Reem Hakeem who successfully defender her dissertation titled “A photopolymer-based hydrogel system reveals distinct actomyosin-based mechano-responses in fibroblast durotaxis. Reem is a member of the Bear lab. View the Department of Biochemistry and Biophysics new post for details.


Rodney Park earns his PhD

November 16, 2022

Congratulations to Rodney Park for his successful dissertation defense titled “Design and Application of Substrate Recruitment Domains in Enzymes.” Rodney is a member of the Kuhlman lab.


Nathaniel Wesley earns his PhD

September 22, 2022

Nathaniel Wesley successfully defended his thesis on August 17th, 2022, titled, “Characterization of Chromatin Interactions using TR-FRET.” The work was completed under the direction of Robert K. McGinty, MD, PhD. View the Biochemistry and Biophysics department news post for details.


MCBP Annual Bowling Social

August 18, 2022

The incoming cohort of Molecular and Cellular Biophysics Program students joined 2nd year students and program directors, Brian Kuhlman and Kevin Slep, for a bowling social. This year, the incoming cohort of students are from three departments, including BBSP, chemistry, and physics. We are excited to welcome a vibrant cohort of students to the community!


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Sarah Harris presents at the Post-transcriptional Gene Regulation Gordon Research Conference

August 15, 2022

This spring, Sarah Harris, a member of the Dominguez lab, received the Barry Lentz Travel Award. Sarah traveled to the Post-transcriptional Gene Regulation Gordon Research Conference this summer and gave a poster presentation titled “Evolution of the RNA binding and regulations.” Sarah is a 4th year trainee in the Molecular and Cellular Biophysics Program and a student in the Biochemistry and Biophysics department.      


Odessa Goudy

Odessa Goudy awarded a Royster Society of Fellows Dissertation Completion Fellowship

August 3, 2022

Odessa Goudy, a graduate student in the Kuhlman lab, is the recipient of The Carol and Edward Smithwick Dissertation Fellowship within the Royster Society of Fellows. View the Department of Biochemistry and Biophysics news post for details.