01/27/21 The work led by Jasmine (in collaboration with Alex Holehouse and Greg Bowman) on the SARS CoV-2 nucleocapsid protein is featured on the NYT!
05/10/20 Jasmine and Jhullian have presented their new results on the SARS CoV-2 nucleocapsid protein at the 34th Annual Gibbs Conference for Thermodynamics.
09/21/20 Jasmine and Jhullian are the recipients of a MilliporeSigma fellowship. Congratulations!
06/18/20 A new preprint from our group and Alex Holehouse’s group exploring the biophysical behavior of SARS-CoV-2 nucleocapsid protein is now on Bioarxiv. Work led by Jasmine Cubuk together with Jhullian J. Alston, Jeremias Incicco, Sukrit Singh, Greg Bowman and others.
03/05/20 Andrea’s review on the “Physical basis of the disorder-order transition” is now published on Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics.
02/17/20 Melissa presents her work on Apolipoprotein E at the Annual Meeting of Biophysical Society – Poster B004!
02/15/20 Andrea co-chairs the Intrinsically Disordered Protein subgroup at the Annual Meeting of Biophysical Society in San Diego.
02/07/20 “Valence and patterning of aromatic residues determine the phase behavior of prion-like domains”, a work with the groups of Tanjia Mittag (St Jude) and Rohit Pappu (WashU), is now out on Science. As a part of this work, we use FCS to measure concentrations and diffusion in the light and dense phase of phase-separated solutions. Congratulations to Jere and all the other authors!
02/04/20 Andrea presents the work on Apolipoprotein E at Duke. We are all very grateful for the support of the Ruth K. Broad Foundation to our research!
02/03/20 Rashmi and Debjit join the group! Welcome to our lab!
12/14/19 “Depletion interactions modulate coupled folding and binding in crowded environments”, a work with Franziska Zosel, Daniel Nettels, and Ben Schuler, is now out on Arxiv.
12/03/19 “The trap in the FRAP” is now out on Biophysical Journal.
11/19/19 “Branched unwinding mechanism of the Pif1 family of DNA helicases” is now out on PNAS.
11/01/19 Garrett starts rotation in the lab. Welcome in our group.