Not only has she been planning a wedding, but she’s been publishing senior author papers too. Here is her paper in J Mol Mol describing the combinatorial design of a nanobody that can recognized structured RNA molecules: Marylène’s paper! A nice piece of work – well done Marylène – it’s tough work getting them nailed down in […]
Lab alumnus and phage display aficianado Marylène – who has returned to her native Belgium to forge her research career – recently married her beau Mathieu in what looks to have been a very stylish event. Marylène looked even happier than she was in the lab – which is saying something! They have our best […]
Two papers in two days! Neil, Ngaio, and Athina just had some very exciting binding findings published in PNAS! This work includes Neil’s crazy binding kinetics equations, some gorgeous EMSA data from Ngaio, and other data from Athina, Matt, and Ann. The paper shows that a single disordered region can interact with other structured domains […]
Hot off the presses! Dorothy and Taylor’s new ET paper just came out in JBC! This work features two solution NMR structures of the ET domain of Brd3 bound to peptides from chromatin remodelling proteins CHD4 and Brg1. This work also includes SPR data from Lorna and pulldowns from Jason and Cherry with other contributions […]
Another successful graduation is in the books! This time around it was Ashley, Max, Grace, and Spencer graduating with their Hons. Even though the rain didn’t dampen anyone’s spirits, it did mess with our usual photoshoot and we only managed to capture Ashley and Max in their gowns… Congratulations all around!
After 34 hours of labor and a helpful push from some halal KFC, Maryam and Hassan welcomed their first child yesterday! We can’t wait to meet him and wish nothing but the best to their little family!
Congratulations are in order! Neil was selected as the Sydney Protein Group’s ComBio Early Career Researcher speaker! He won a slot to give a talk at the meeting as well as $800 toward Opal card fare to go to the conference in October. The award is very well-deserved, but may be going to his head […]
Our structural biology contingent headed down to Lorne for this year’s proteins meeting at the new Cumberland venue! Not only did the meeting have the stunning views and great talks that Lorne is known for, but Pathtech was giving out inflatable monkeys providing lab members with endless opportunities for mischief. Check out some pictures from […]
This was the first year of the SOLES ball (formerly known as the Amoeba ball). Inspired by its location (the rather ritzy Australian Museum), the theme was “Night at the Museum” and everyone got the “dress like an ancient Egyptian” memo. Here are a few photos of lab members enjoying the night!
Tanja Mittag from St Judes in Memphis stopped off in Sydney to give a seminar after being an invited speaker at the Lorne Protein Conference this week. Her work on liquid droplets is very interesting indeed – and it’s a field that is really just beginning I think. Joel took the opportunity to show her […]