Mario’s long journey to publish the carefully methodical work he and others have done on the inter-subunit interaction network within the NuRD complex has finally come to fruition as his paper is now accepted in FEBS J. We’re quite fond of the paper because it makes a statement about the uncertain nature of pulldown experiments […]
…but Ann captured Joel playing at the Con a few weeks ago breaking that little-known but cardinal rule of jazz fashion.
…with that PhD thing. Congratulations to Neil who got completion letter this week letting him know that has satisfied the requirements for the award of the degree of Doctor of Philosophy. Officially we can’t call him Dr Neil until the actual graduation ceremony, but maybe we should get some practice in?
Chayenne Ghazi, who worked with us recently, was awarded a prize for the thesis that she presented based on her work here. The HAS-prize is annually awarded to students who produce excellent gradutation assignments at lab schools. It is named after the ‘Haagse Analisten School’ (Analysts Schools of The Hague). These schools are invited by […]
Jason has jetted half way round the world to we his betrothed in St Andrews on a glorious spring day. He was resplendent in a kilt made from the MacSchmidberger tartan. What a dashing couple they made…!
Congratulations to Ana, Callum and Emma, who have just welcomed a new family member into the world – meet Elliot, everyone… Everyone is well!
Neil, Katschi and new (March 2017) arrival Livvy pose for the camera…
As one of the organizers of the Sydney version of the International March for Science, which is being held on Earth Day (22 April), Taylor can now be seen on youtube promoting the event here. We’re expecting her to have her own youtube channel soon…
Katschi Bendak, formerly from Joel’s lab and now working across at CCIA in Randwick, has taken a little time off to become a mum – and the result of her efforts is Olivia Marie Wilson, born on her due date (with German punctuality) of 15/03/17 at 51 cm and 3.4 kg. Katschi says she will […]
Morgan Gadd, ex-PhD student of Jacqui’s, has just published a paper from his postdoc time with Alessio Cuilli – a nice piece of work where they examine one of their bi-functional bromodomain inhibitors and show that it forms a tight ternary complex with their small molecule and the other protein that it brings along with […]