Our paper showing how virus capsids “surf” on microtubule-like PhuZ filaments toward a nucleus they build when infecting bacteria is out. Bacterial Cell Biology at it’s weirdest!
Kanika’s work on bacterial engulment is posted in the bioRxiv.
We had a wonderful 3rd Annual So-Cal Cryo-EM Symposium with impressive talks by students and postdocs
Our Titan Krios lands in San Diego! Cannot wait to have it ready and unveiling cellular landscapes!
Martina and Elizabeth attend the NRAMM Workshop on Advanced Topics in EM Structure Determination, the first in NYC! A lot of exciting challenges ahead, specially for cryo-ET!
Martina joins us as a postdoc from EPFL to work on the LRRK2 project in collaboration with the Amaro and Taylor labs. Benvenuta!
Matt joins the lab to build gizmos to improve our techniques.. Welcome!
Vinson becomes an honorary lab member as a collaboration with the Golden lab.. Welcome!
Jan arrives from the Gene Center of the Ludwig Maximillian University in Munich to do a Masters Thesis in our lab. Willkommen!
Elizabeth presents our work at the first International cryo-EM symposium in Sweden: Exploring the Complexity of Life by Cryo-EM, with the occasion of inaugurating their new facilities