Welcome to Mimi Kay, our new RA!
Welcome to rotation students Mia Sievers and Kevin So!
Welcome to Biophysics graduate student Jinghang Zhang who will be rotating with us!
Congrats to Sean, Andrew and Sadie on the acceptance of their paper in eLife! This work adds to our mechanistic understanding of how XLF facilitates end synapsis in NHEJ.
Congrats to Pradeep on receiving a Merck fellowship!
Congrats to Ben and Andrew! their paper on the regulation of end processing durning NHEJ has been accepted at Molecular Cell.
Congrats to Seungwoo and Lizz! Their paper will be out in PNAS soon.
Congrats to HyeongJun and Linda! Their paper on MORC1 will appear in Mol Cell in August.
Welcome to Sadie and Irina - two graduate students who are joining the lab!
Drew's paper is on the cover of Biochemistry. Congrats Drew!
Our collaboration with the Rapoport lab investigating the conformational dynamics of SecA is out in EMBO J! Congrats to Marco!
Keep an eye out for Thomas and Sean's manuscript on the role of XLF in NHEJ appearing in NSMB soon!
Postdoc fellowships galore! Congrats to Andrew on receiving an ACS fellowship, Yufan for receiving the BCMP-Merck fellowship and Sean for receiving an NIH F32 fellowship.
Congrats to Lizz on her recent Nature Communications paper examining the localization of Pol IV in E coli cells!
Welcome to new postdoc Yufan Wu!
Linda's ParB paper is published in NAR. Congrats, Linda!
Sean Carney joins the lab as a postdoc. Welcome Sean!
Joe is promoted to Associate Professor of Biological Chemistry and Molecular Pharmacology.
Congrats to Andrew who was awarded a Merck-BCMP postdoctoral fellowship!
Two new papers accepted. Congrats to Thomas on his Mol Cell paper and Linda on her Nature Communications paper!
Welcome to Andrew Moreno, the newest postdoc in the lab!
Congrats to James on successfully defending his thesis and on the acceptance of his paper at Nucleic Acids Research!
Congrats to HyeongJun! His paper on the bacterial SMC was accepted in Nature Communications.
Wendy's paper is featured in a Faculty of 1000 profile.
Congrats to Lizz on the funding of her F32 fellowship!
Two new papers accepted in Developmental Cell and Biophysical Journal! Congrats to Wendy and Allen.
Congrats to Linda on getting two papers accepted!
Our work on translesion polymerase exchange, recently published in PNAS, is written up in a Faculty of 1000 profile.
Our article in Genes & Dev on the molecular mechanism of ParB spreading is on the cover and is featured in a commentary by Barbara Funnell.
Congrats to James and Thomas! Our work on polymerase exchange during translesion synthesis and the molecular origins of ParB spreading will be appearing in PNAS and Genes & Dev, respectively very soon.
Welcome to Lizz, Johanne and Zaw! Lizz Thrall is our new postdoc. She joins us after completing her doctoral work at Columbia. Johanne Morch Jensen will be with us for a few months as a visiting graduate student and Zaw Htet is a rotating biophysics student.
Joe wins the BBS graduate teaching award!
Welcome to our new lab members Seungwoo Chang (belated!) and Johannes Wilbertz. Seungwoo joins us from UT Southwestern where he was a graduate student with Elliot Ross. Johannes is a visiting master's student from the University of Groningen.
It was an eventful spring. Jacob and Linda have officially joined the lab. Joe received junior faculty awards from the Armenise - Harvard Foundation and the Stewart Trust. Thanks to both of these organizations for their support!
Congrats to Jacob on receiving an NSF fellowship and welcome to Linda Song who is beginning a lab rotation!
Joe receives an NSF CAREER award! This support will help fund our efforts investigating the bacterial chromosome.
Welcome to Jacob Sargent who is beginning a rotation in the lab!
Joe receives a Smith Award for Excellence in Biomedical Research. This award will help fund our efforts investigating the action of translesion polymerases. Thanks to the Smith Family Foundation!
HyeongJun Kim has joined the lab as a postdoctoral fellow. Welcome HyeongJun!
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James is awarded an NSF graduate fellowship. Congrats!