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StudentYearLabResearch Project
Jeremy Anderson5Hilser
410-516-6757
Studies functional protein dynamics by NMR spectroscopy
Cameron Avelis3ChirikjianIntegrating SAXS and Cryo-EM data for improved protein structures
Afif Bandak1 Currently completing rotations and coursework
John Belcher6Lau
443-287-1963
Computational and crystallographic studies on glutamate receptors and the proteins which traffic them to the membrane
Peregrine Bell-Upp7García-Moreno
410-516-4498
Protein electrostatics and pH-dependence of unfolding
Kelsey Bettridge4Xiao
410-614-1760
Studies dynamics of RNAP in live E. coli cells using single molecule tracking.
Elyse Blazosky1 Currently completing rotations and coursework
Dmitriy Bobrovnikov1 Currently completing rotations and coursework
Chris Bohrer3Xiao
410-614-1760
Investigation of how different genetic switch stabilities are influenced by extrinsic noise
Nadine Bucca2Wolberger
410-955-3967
Structural and Biochemical Studies of PR-DUB
Katie Geiger5Barrick
410-516-7149
Protein folding and DNA binding properties of TALE repeat proteins
Emily Grasso2Hilser
410-516-6757
Characterization of conformational dynamics in allosterically-regulated protein systems by NMR spectroscopy
Matthew Hobson3Berger
410-955-7167
Structural and mechanistic Studies of E. Coli Gyrase
Ryan Hulscher6Woodson
410-516-7348
Time-resolved in vivo hydroxyl radical footprinting of the ribosome
Jeliazko Jeliazkov3Gray
410-516-7308
Computational modeling/study of the human antibody repertoire
Sarah Kim3Hristova
410-516-8430
Designing pH-sensitive membrane pore forming peptides for enfosomal escape
Chris King5Hristova
410-516-8430
Study of membrane-bound proteins with two-photon excitation quantitative FRET microscopy
Max Klein4Roberts
410-516-6889
Development of new methods to simulate decision making in cells using a hybrid multi-CPU/multi-GPU computational architecture
Sean Klein3Barrick
410-516-7149
Investigation of folding and stability in leucine-rich repeat proteins
Christos Kougentakis2García-Moreno
410-516-4498
Dielectric properties of the hydrophobic core of proteins
Henry Lessen3Fleming
410-516-5451
Measuring transmembrane backbone hydrogen bond strength of beta barrel proteins using NMR spectroscopy
Jaime Martinez1 Currently completing rotations and coursework
Dagan Marx2Fleming
410-516-5451
Determining amino acid transfer free energies as a function of depth in the bilayer
Mariusz Matyszewski3Sohn
410-614-6134
Structural studies of DNA sensor proteins involved in innate immunity
Ryan McQuillen3Xiao
410-614-1760
The role of FtsZ in carrying out constriction in E. coli cells
Laura Nevin3Green
410-614-4928
Characterizing eukaryotic translation termination and ribosome recycling using single molecule TIRF microscopy
Melesse Nune2Wolberger
410-955-3967
Regulation of H2B ubiquitylation by deubiquitylating enzymes in transcriptionally permissive regions of eukaryotic chromatin
Michael Paul2Hristova
410-516-8430
Fluorescent microscopy study of endogenous membrane receptors
Mark Petersen1 Currently completing rotations and coursework
Ashlee Plummer4Fleming
410-516-5451
Role of dual-function periplasmic chaperones in bacterial outer membrane protein biogenesis
Lauren Que3Wolberger
410-955-3967
Role of OTUB1/E2 cross-regulatory complex in DNA repair mechanisms
Aditya Radhakrishnan5Green
410-614-4928
Characterizing the mechanism of general translation repression by an orthologous family of RNA helicases in eukaryotes
Anne Rice1 Currently completing rotations and coursework
Gaddiel Rodriguez2Stivers
410-614-9643
Role of disordered protein domains on base excision repair
Miranda Russo2

Lecomte
410-516-7699

Heme ligation in THB2, an algal truncated hemoglobin, using UV-Vis and NMR spectroscopy
Matthew Sternke2Barrick
410-516-7149
Stability and functional properties of consensus sequence-designed globular proteins
Anthony Veltri1 Currently completing rotations and coursework
Xiaoli Weng6Xiao
410-614-1760
Gene regulation in live E-coli cells using fluorescence microscopy
Jesse Yoder4Amzel
410-955-8715
Structural and thermodynamic characterization of sodium channel inactivation
Alvin Yu5Lau
443-287-1963
Ligand binding pathways in a glutamate receptor
Trevor Zandi1 Currently completing rotations and coursework
Elmer Zapata Mercado1 Currently completing rotations and coursework

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