Last week, July 31st, was Danny’s last day in the Kern lab. He has moved back already to
Michigan and will soon start his new position as an Assistant Professor
in the Department of Chemical Engineering and Material Science
at Michigan State University.
Cheers to Professor Danny and to successful research endeavors of the brand-new Woldring lab!
Another paper appears online ahead of print - the second one this week! Congratulations to several of our Kern lab alumni, especially shared first-authors Adelajda Zorba and Vy Nguyen, and current graduate student Chansik Kim on their publication entitled Allosteric Modulation of a Human Protein Kinase with Monobodies. Available now on the website of PNAS!
Congratulations to shared first-authors John Stiller and Jordan Kerns (and all others involved) with their publication entitled Probing the Transition State in Enzyme Catalysis by High-Pressure NMR Dynamics. Available today, ahead of print, at the website of Nature Catalysis - unfortunately Brandeis University does not provide access to this masterpiece…..
Thanks to the Fraser Lab for all their hard work writing
code to make an awesome website. We just blatantly took all of it (of course with
permission from James and in accordance with the MIT license) and adapted it to
MacKenzie Patterson and Andrew Glaser, students in the Biochemistry & Biophysics (BCPB) program, decided both to join the lab after a succesful rotation project. Welcome to the Kern-lab-family!