The ribosome is one of the most complex machines in the cell. We work on how eukaryotic cells assemble, transport, and test ribosomes for function. We primarily use yeast as a model system because the molecular techniques, genetic reagents and bioinformatics are more robust for yeast than for any other system.
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01/2021 – We welcome Ran Lin as the newest member of our lab as a post-doctoral researcher!
08/2020 – Congratulations to Ezzeddine Elmir for matriculating at the Medical College of Wisconsin!
05/2020 – Congratulations to Joshua Black for receiving a continuing fellowship from the Graduate School!
05/2020 – Congratulations to Ezzeddine Elmir for receiving the Dean's Honored Graduate distinction!
05/2019 – Congratulations Lisa Huang for getting into MD Anderson's graduate school!
05/2019 – Congratulations Hana Shin for getting into MD Anderson's graduate school!
05/2019 – Congratulations Daniel Loftus for joining Amanda Whipple's lab at Harvard University!
05/2019 – Congratulations Andrew Bazley for getting into graduate school at New York University!
03/2019 – Congratulations Jamie Yelland on passing your PhD Candidacy Qualification Exam!