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StudentYearLabResearch Project
Jeremy Anderson4Hilser
410-516-6757
Relating conformational fluctuations to enzyme catalysis in E. coli adenylate kinase
Cameron Avelis2ChirikjianIntegrating SAXS and Cryo-EM data for improved protein structures
John Belcher5Lau
443-287-1963
Computational and crystallographic studies on glutamate receptors and the proteins which traffic them to the membrane
Peregrine Bell-Upp6García-Moreno
410-516-4498
Protein electrostatics and pH-dependence of unfolding
Kelsey Bettridge3Xiao
410-614-1760
Transcription kinetics of live E. coli cells using single molecule fluorescence
Nadine Bucca1 Currently completing rotations and coursework
Chris Bohrer2Xiao
410-614-1760
Investigation of how different genetic switch stabilities are influenced by extrinsic noise
Pat Byrne5Leahy
410-614-2533
Structure, function and signaling dynamics of the epidemal growth factor receptor
Alfredo Caro7García-Moreno
410-516-4498
Pressure effects in protein unfolding as governed by conformational fluctuation, packing and hydration
Carla Coltharp6Xiao
410-614-1760
Development of super-resolution imaging techniques to study cytoskeletal dynamics of bacterial cell division in vivo
Shannen Cravens4Stivers
410-614-9643
Electrostatic and crowding effects on non-specific DNA binding and translocation of human uracil DNA glycosylase
Hector Figueroa2Fleming
410-516-5451
Currently completing coursework
John Froehlig5Wade
410-955-3077
Structural and functional characterization of a putative multidrug resistance protein
Katie Geiger4Barrick
410-516-7149
Protein folding and DNA binding properties of TALE repeat proteins
Emily Grasso1 Currently completing rotations and coursework
Matthew Hobson2Berger
410-955-7167
Probing the mechanisms of topo IV and gyrase using structural and biochemical techniques
Wesley Howard3Sadegh-Nasseri
410-614-4959
Molecular determinants of epitope selection in MHC class II antigen presentation
Ryan Hulscher5Woodson
410-516-7348
Time-resolved in vivo hydroxyl radical footprinting of the ribosome
Jeliazko Jeliazkov2Gray
410-516-7308
Computational modeling/study of the human antibody repertoire
Sarah Kempka5Fleming
410-516-5451
Folding thermodynamics of membrane proteins
Sarah Kim2Hristova
410-516-8430
Designing pH-sensitive membrane pore forming peptides for enfosomal escape
Chris King4Hristova
410-516-8430
Study of membrane-bound proteins with two-photon excitation quantitative FRET microscopy
Max Klein3Roberts
410-516-6889
Development of new methods to simulate decision making in cells using a hybrid multi-CPU/multi-GPU computational architecture
Sean Klein2Barrick
410-516-7149
Investigation of folding and stability in leucine-rich repeat proteins
Christos Kougentakis1 Currently completing rotations and coursework
Elizabeth Lagesse1 Currently completing rotations and coursework
Henry Lessen2Fleming
410-516-5451
Currently completing coursework
Jacob Marold6Barrick
410-516-7149
Energetics of tetratricopeptide repeat (TPR) protein folding
Dagan Marx1 Currently completing rotations and coursework
Mariusz Matyszewski2Sohn
410-614-6134
Structural studies of DNA sensor proteins involved in innate immunity
Ryan McQuillen2Xiao
410-614-1760
Currently completing coursework
Alexia Miller3Bosch
410-614-4894
Inhibiting the interaction between apicomplexan autophagy related proteins 3 and 8
Seamus Morrone4Sohn
410-614-6134
Structural and biochemical studies of innate DNA sensors
Hesam Motlagh5Hilser
410-516-6757
Single molecule characterization and statistical thermodynamic modeling of allosteric regulatory elements in the steroid hormone receptor family
Laura Nevin2Green
410-614-4928
Characterizing eukaryotic translation termination and ribosome recycling using single molecule TIRF microscopy
Scott Nichols5Frueh
410-614-2229
High resolution NMR spectroscopic studies of yersiniabactin synthase: structural, dynamic and mechanistic approaches
Melesse Nune1 Currently completing rotations and coursework
Michael Paul1 Currently completing rotations and coursework
Ashlee Plummer3Fleming
410-516-5451
Role of dual-function periplasmic chaperones in bacterial outer membrane protein biogenesis
Lauren Que2Wolberger
410-955-3967
Role of OTUB1/E2 cross-regulatory complex in DNA repair mechanisms
Aditya Radhakrishnan4Green
410-614-4928
Characterizing the mechanism of general translation repression by an orthologous family of RNA helicases in eukaryotes
Mollie Rappe6Woodson
410-516-7348
Ribosome assembly of rRNA mutants in vivo and in vitro
Alison Ringel6Wolberger
410-955-3967
Structural and biochemical studies of a four-protein complex that functions as a histone acetyltransferase in eukaryotes
Gaddiel Rodriguez1 Currently completing rotations and coursework
Miranda Russo1 Currently completing rotations and coursework
Cliff Sandlin4Fleming
410-516-5451
Function and energetics of periplasnic Outer Membrane Protein chaperones
Kate Sherry5Barrick
410-516-7149
Molecular basis of Notch signaling
Matthew Sternke1 Currently completing rotations and coursework
Brian Tenner3Zhang
410-614-2892
Understanding localized kinase signaling in pancreatic beta cells
Xiaoli Weng5Xiao
410-614-1760
Gene regulation in live E-coli cells using fluorescence microscopy
Jesse Yoder3Amzel
410-955-8715
Structural and thermodynamic characterization of sodium channel inactivation
Alvin Yu4Lau
443-287-1963
Ligand binding pathways in a glutamate receptor

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