Ingrid Macindoe – postdoc in the Mackay lab – has recently tied the knot with her beau in a low-key ceremony – and with the most awesome cake! Congratulations Ingrid!
Here is an amazing resource put together by some folks at Johns Hopkins, showing funding opportunities (and travel grant opportunities) for PhD students, postdocs and ECRs: Early career faculty funding opportunities Postdoc funding opportunities PhD funding opportunities And here is a short article about it in Nature: Nature article on ECR funding database Enjoy!
Maryam looks slightly dazed for good reason – she has just handed in her PhD thesis – well inside the time allowed. Along the way, she decided that moving country to do a PhD wasn’t sufficiently challenging and so upped the stakes by becoming a mother for the first time. That *still* seems to have […]
We have posted our analysis of NuRD complex architecture on Biorxiv. We firm up the stoichiometry, show that there is large-scale dynamics, partially map architecture using XLMS and show direct competition by PWWP2A that steals half the complex! It’s been a massive effort over many years by many lab members and collaborators (most significantly Michael […]
Charlotte Franck – who has been doing her PhD riding the line between Richard Payne’s lab in Chemistry and Joel’s lab – has had some payoff for the great work she’s done on her evasin project, winning a poster prize at the 2020 Lorne Conference on Protein Structure and Function. […and it could have been […]
In the first of what promises to be an HBO miniseries, Taylor and Rezwan have completed a memorable year or so by becoming woman and husband. They celebrated with an intimate gathering of family and friends – and with extensive henna-ing! It was 48 degrees outside, so you can also see they did a great […]
The December graduation this year was a bumper crop of PhD graduates from the Science Faculty – and also a bumper crop from Structural Biology. Mehdi Sharifi Tabar and Taylor Szyszka from Joel’s lab, Ngaio Smith (in absentia) from Jacqui’s lab and Camilla Faoro and James Walshe (in absentia) from Sandro’s lab *all* completed the […]
In news of great excitement, I can announce that there is another lab matrimonial union on its way! Taylor and Rezwan have announced their engagement – in fine style while on a small weekend getaway in Mudgee. They have decided to make the most of the whole thing by having *3* weddings – so stay […]
Molecular Microbiology has now published the epic piece of work spearheaded by ex-lab member Dave Gell, who is now resident at the University of Tasmania. Dave had been approached by local microbiologists who noted that some strains of Haemophilus haemolyticus inhibited the growth of Haemophilus influenzae. Dave heroically purified the factor that caused this inhibition […]
The project that Karishma has been hammering away at for the last couple of years – with substantial input from collaborators Louise Walport (Crick Institute, London) and Toby Passioura (now USyd) – has been somehow condensed into a manuscript and posted on bioRxiv HERE. It’s a massive amount of work by them and by far […]