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REU Participants in Summer of 2011

reu-group“Sensing and Signaling”
June 5 through July 29, 2011

  • Sensing and processing in the six-protein “brain” ofbacteria. Gladys Alexandre
    • Students: Aaron  Dwan (Estrella Mountain Community College)
  • Ethylene Perception: What a gas! Brad Binder
    • Students: Jalissa Wynder (Southern University
  • Recognition by the TOC Translocon by Phosphorylation. Barry Bruce
    • Students: Jourdan Andersson (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
  • Molecular Basis for the Regulation of Genes, Development and Metabolism. Elias Fernandez
    • Student: Grant Seiler (Carthage College
  • Effect of xenobiotics (foreign chemicals) on gene expression. Ranjan Ganguly
    • Student:  Elizabeth Miller (Warren Wilson College
  • Signals regulating LINC complex assembly and disassembly in the nuclear envelope. Rose Goodchild
    • Student:  Jeffrey Black (University of Alabama, Birmingham
  • The role of water in catalysis by a primative enzyme. Liz Howell
    • Student:  Chinyere Ezikpe (Claflin University
  • Are chromatin insulators epigenetic landmarks of the genome architecture? Mariano Labrador
    • Student:  Josh Barrios (Louisiana State University
  • Keeping nano-scale motors under control. Andreas Nebenführ
    • Student:  Milton Herrold (Calvin College
  • Neurogenetic analysis of a neuropeptide role in alcohol-related behavior. Jae Park
    • Student:  Cheongmin Suh (Colorado State University
  • Metallica: Keeping Protein Activities “in Chains.” Cynthia Peterson
    •  Isaac Maison (Morehouse College
  • Biophysical studies combat antibiotic resistance. Engin Serpersu
    • Student: Apryl Anderson (UT
  • ssDNA damage response: assemble the checkpoint assembly. Tongye Shen
    • Student:  Jeremy Dobbs (Michigan Tech University
  • Signaling by receptor kinases. Elena Shpak
    • Student:  Clark Sealy (Covenant College
  • Biosensors for cellular signaling events based on real time in vivo luminescence imaging. Albrecht von Arnim
    • Student:  William Putzback (Benedictine University)

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