Bacterial curli protein and amyloid sequences September 30, 2014
Prof. Ramamoorthy gives an update on the impact of this research, a year after publication of the article titled "Bacterial curli protein promotes the conversion of PAP248-286 into the amyloid SEVI: cross-seeding of dissimilar amyloid sequences" which has already been cited several times, on the PeerJ blog and can be found here.
Preventing Diabetes Damage: Zinc's Effects On a Kinky, Two-Faced Cohort
Read the ScienceDaily Science News article published on Samer's recent paper: here.
We also wish Samer farewell and wish him the best in medical school!
Josh receives an NSF fellowship 2015
Nirbhay Jain receives the 2015 Walter Yates Award 2015
Rams has been appointed as Hans Fischer Senior Fellow in the Institute for Advanced Study at Technische Universitat Munchen, Munich, Germany
Ali and Michael receive the Undergraduate Research Fellowship 2015
Congratulations, Ali and Michael!
Rui Huang graduated with PhD degree and joined the Lewis Kay lab at the university of Toronto
Nirbhay Jain wins Astronaut Scholarship and Goldwater Honorable Mention May, 2014
Sam Kotler receives 2014-2015 Rackham Predoctoral Fellowship March, 2014
Russell Pandian and Architha Ellenki joined the group! Welcome! February, 2013
Rams receives a Faculty Recognition Award for his outstanding Teaching, Scholarship, Service and Creative Activities! October 17, 2012
Faculty Recognition Awards are intended for faculty early in their careers who have demonstrated substantive contributions to the university through achievements in scholarly research and/or creative endeavors; excellence as a teacher, adviser and mentor; and distinguished participation in service activities of the university. Eligible candidates include full professors with no more than four years at that rank, associate professors and assistant professors. Up to five awards of $1,000 each are made each year. Congratulations, Rams!
Nirbhay receives a Summer Undergraduate Research award May 01, 2012
Nirbhay Jain received a Summer Undergraduate Research Program Award from the Chemistry department. Congratulations, Nirbhay!
Melissa receives the ACS Leadership Award April 05, 2012
Melissa Goldenberg received the Outstanding Undergraduate Student Leadership Award from the Huron Valley Section of the American Chemical Society.
An important mission of the American Chemical Society is to promote an understanding of chemistry and its place in society. The action and initiative of individuals are critical to this: to provide leadership, organization, and positive representation for science and citizenship. Each year, the Huron Valley Section is pleased to recognize outstanding achievement in professional citizenship demonstrated by an undergraduate student. Congratulations, Melissa!