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!
Digvijay is named Damon Runyon Fellow, an honor awarded to only eighteen “outstanding postdoctoral scientists conducting basic and translational cancer research in the laboratories of leading senior (?) investigators across the country.” Congratulations Digvijay!
Kanika’s work on bacterial engulment is posted in the bioRxiv.
Our Aquilos is up and running!
We had a wonderful 3rd Annual So-Cal Cryo-EM Symposium with impressive talks by students and postdocs
Digvijay is awarded a Posdoctoral Fellowship from the Center for Trans-Scale Structural Biology and Biochemistry. Congratulations!
Martina is awarded a Virtual Molecular Cell Consortium Postdoctoral Fellowship to pursue integrative modeling on LRRK2. Congratulations!
Digvijay arrived from the Ha Lab to do a postdoc. Welcome!
Elizabeth becomes adjunct faculty at the Salk Institute. Looking forward to more stimulating interactions!