Josh has been awarded a William Rainey Harper Dissertation Fellowship for his final year. This award, for achievement and professional promise, is one of the University of Chicago’s highest honors. Congratulations, Josh!
Allan was named the junior Distinguished Investigator for the Biological Sciences Division’s 2017 faculty awards.
A beautiful article in Quanta Magazine features our recent work!
Our paper on adaptive phase separation is out!
Haneul passed her first committee meeting with colors a-flying, so she’s on her way to a doctorate!
She’s official! Haneul passed her prelim in Biochemistry & Molecular Biophysics.
Cat and Allan preview new results on Heat Shock Factor 1 from the Denic lab in Molecular Cell.
Haneul is a graduate student in Biochemistry & Molecular Biophysics.
With Laura Lackner’s group’ at Northwestern, we’ve just been awarded two years of collaborative funding to study how older cells retain stress-triggered aggregates by tethering aggregates to organelles. Thanks to the Chicago Biomedical Consortium, and the Searle Funds at The Chicago Community Trust, for this Catalyst award.
Scientific American produced a video of Allan discussing a merger of cell biology and art: 3D printing a budding yeast cell with heat-shock granules.
She’s official! Cat passed her prelim in the Biophysics program.
The Scientist features our study as an Editor’s Choice in Molecular and Cell Biology.
Our paper on heat-induced protein aggregation is featured by Chemical & Engineering News and Nature Structural and Molecular Biology.
Our paper on protein aggregation is out. Huge team effort, with results that surprised us.
With collaborators in the Airoldi Lab, Allan receives the 2015 W.J. Youden Award from the American Statistical Association for a paper on gene regulation.
Edward and Allan preview new results from the Steinmetz lab in Cell.
Alexandra’s thesis has won the Lawrence J. Henderson Prize, given to the most meritorious thesis submitted to the Board of Tutors in Biochemical Sciences at Harvard.
Allan accepts a Best Poster prize at the 2015 EMBO meeting “Molecular chaperones: From molecules to cells and misfolding diseases.”
Alexandra is one of the winners of Harvard’s Hoopes Prize for her thesis “A regulatory model of heat shock by protein assembly.”
Our paper on the relationship between mRNA and protein levels was accepted at PLOS Genetics.
Edward is awarded a CBC Postdoctoral Research Grant to do high-throughput sequencing.
Edward wins the ASBMB Best Thematic Poster prize in the theme area “Protein Nonfolding as a Regulatory Phenomenon” at the 2015 ASBMB annual meeting.
Our paper on how a nutrient drives changes in protein encoding at the genome scale is out in PLOS Biology.
We’ve been awarded a Big Ideas Generator (BIG) Seed Award.
Chris is a graduate student in Biochemistry & Molecular Biophysics.
Josh has won an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship.