Shammas lab welcomes our first postdoc, Mikhail Kuravsky. Mikhail is on his third postdoc and will be contributing to our efforts of in vivo characterisation. We look forward to having him in our merry band. You can read more about Mikhail in his bio under the "People" tab.
Sarah was an invited speaker in the Intrinsically Disordered Proteins subgroup meeting. She spoke about the role of electrostatics in binding reactions of IDPs.
Shammas lab is delighted that Conor Kelly will be staying on in the lab as our first DPhil (PhD) student! Conor is a DPhil student with the interdisciplinary BBSRC DTP program and will be characterising the interactions of bZIP proteins.
Shammas lab are pleased to welcome to the fold two new DPhil rotation students: Rachel Woolley (Wellcome Trust DPhil Structural Biology), and Conor Kelly (BBSRC DTP).
Shammas lab says goodbye to our first student Luca Vecchia. Thanks for all of your hard work Luca! And best of luck for the future
Our first publication, "Mechanistic role of protein disorder within transcription", is published in Current Opinion in Structural Biology (February 2017).
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