July 7, 2017
Dr Julia Martin, an outstanding postdoctoral scientist, leaves the lab to set her up her own laboratory as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Biology at Idaho State University. Congratulations Julia!
June 20, 2017
Two outstanding undergraduate students, Hendrik Glauninger and Chris Dietrich, have graduated with high honors with BS degrees in Biochemistry, and are off to the next phase of their careers. Hendrik begins an MD/PhD program at the University of Chicago in July, while Chris is doing a one-year full-time research fellowship in Germany. Congratulations to each of you! You’ll be missed!!
June 14, 2017
Prof. GIedroc’s MicroCommentary on new work by the Liu lab in Shandong University on their discovery of a new polysulfide sensor FisR in Cupriavidas appears in Molecular Microbiology.
June 5, 2017
Abhinaba Ray, a first-year student from India, joins the group. Welcome Ray!
June 2, 2017
Hui’s transcriptomic analysis of the impact of RSS and the reactive nitrogen species HNO is accepted for publication in he ASM online journal mSphere. Congratulations Hui and to our collaborators at Vanderbilt!
June 1, 2017
Brenna Walsh, a first-year Chemistry student, has won a two-year fellowship, effective July 1, 2017, from our Graduate Training Program in Quantitative and Chemical Biology (QCB). Congratulations Brenna!!
May 28, 2017
Jonathan Ritter, an incoming IU freshman majoring in Biochemistry, joins the group. Welcome Jonathan!
May 18, 2017
Prof. Drew Lee of the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill has designated our article “of special significance” to the community in an F1000 Prime post.
May 1, 2017
IU Newsroom and Spectroscopy Now highlight our recent work on entropy and heterotrophic allostery in a zinc sensing transcriptional repressor.
April 28, 2017
Daiana’s comprehensive review on metallochaperones and metalloregulators has just appeared online in the review journal Essays in Biochemistry, updating our understanding on structural superfamilies of metallosensors and ROS/ROS/RSS-sensing microbial repressors. Congratulations Daiana!