Maillard Lab News:
Septemer 7, 2017
Congratulations to Yuxin Hao and Clare Canavan for their published paper in Scientific Reports entitled "Integrated Method to Attach DNA Handles and Functionally Select Proteins to Study Folding and Protein-Ligand Interactions with Optical Tweezers." This is our first paper in single molecule biophysics; an important milestone in out laboratory!
August 8, 2017
The Maillard lab was awarded a grant from the NSF for the project entitled "Single Molecule Studies to Dissect Allosteric Communication Networks in Protein Kinase A". This is an important milestone in our research group! Thanks to everyone in the Maillard for their effort!
April 14, 2017
Our article "Asymmetric configurations in a reengineered homodimer reveal multiple subunit communication pathways in protein allostery" published in JBC was selected an Editor's Pick, recommended in F1000Prime and highlighted in the Georgetown College website. Congrats to Maria Fe Lanfranco and Fernanda Garate for their excellent work! Also, check out the cool illustration made by Sahar in the Georgetown website.
April 12, 2017
Rodrigo Maillard was selected a Keystone Symposia Fellow, Class 2018.
April 8, 2017
Sahar Foroutannejad, Yuxin Hao and Rodrigo Maillard presented their work at the 1st Chesapeake Bay Area Single Molecule Biology Meeting held at Johns Hopkins University. Special mention to Sahar because this is her first poster presentation on single molecule studies on Cryptochromes.
April 2, 2017
Jenny England attended the 253th ACS National Meeting. She presented her research work on Protein Kinase A and also host the Spring 2017 Graduate Student Symposium entitled "Water Sustainability: Chemists in Pursuit of Clean Water"
Rodrigo Maillard gave talks at the Keystone Symposium in Kinases, the Biology Department at Georgetown, and the Biophysics Program at the University of Maryland, College Park.
January 22, 2017
Rodrigo Maillard was awarded the Early-Career Investigator Travel Award to give an oral presentation at the Keystone Symposia in Kinases: Next-Generation Insights and Approaches.
January 8, 2017
Jenny England and Yuxin Hao attended the 9th biennial Single Molecule Biophysics meeting in Aspen, Colorado. This is a highly selective and prestigious meeting to participate in.
January 8, 2017
The lab welcomes Maira Rivera, PhD student in the laboratory of Mauricio Baez at Universidad de Chile. She will be in the lab for three months to learn new methods to attach DNA handles to proteins and perform optical tweezers experiments. Welcome Maira!
January 1, 2017
Lihui Bai joins the lab as a PhD student. Welcome to the group, Lihui!
September 27, 2016
Maria Fe Lanfranco won a travel award from the American Society for Cell Biology to present her research project entitled "Asymmetric Interactions in a Reengineered Homodimer Reveal Multiple Communication Pathways in Binding Cooperativity". Congratulations Maria Fe!
September 1, 2016
The lab welcome Luke Powers as an undergraduate research assistant. Luke studies Biology of Global Heath. Welcome to the group, Luke!
August 31, 2016
The lab had a great day... both Jenny England and Clare Canavan won the highly competitive Clare Booth Luce Fellowship 2016. Congratulations on your achievement!
July 16, 2016
Jenny England won the best poster award at the 2016 Protein Society Meeting. Her poster title is "Identification of the Molecular Origin of Disease with Single Molecule Optical Tweezers." Congratulations Jenny!
June 1, 2016
The lab welcomes Virginia Glick to the lab as an undergraduate research assistant. Welcome!
May 12, 2016
Rodrigo Maillard was selected to participate in the Faculty Research and Education Development mentoring program sponsored by the ASCB.
May 6, 2016
Clare Canavan won the GUROP fellowship to work in the lab during the summer. Congrats Clare! This is your second consecutive summer research scholarship to work in the lab.
April 2, 2016
Yuxin Hao went to UC, San Diego to visit the Taylor Lab and to present her research work at the ASBMB Annual Meeting.
January 1, 2016
Fernanda Garate, PhD in Physics, comes all the way from Santiago, Chile to join the lab as a postodoctoral fellow. Welcome Fernanda!