We study how protein synthesis is regulated using interdisciplinary approaches including structural biology (x-ray crystallography and single particle cryo-EM), biochemistry, and molecular biology. We are excited about how RNA-protein interactions and stress control the ribosome, a large macromolecular machine that produces all proteins in every living organism.
Major projects include understanding how the ribosome maintains the three
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October 2020: New Publication in the Dunham Lab in, eLife.
July 2020: New Publication in the Dunham Lab in, Proc Natl Acad Sci.
November 2019: Welcome to rotation students Julia Tanquary and Eliseo Salas!
October 2019: Congrats to Ian and Eric for their paper published in Nucleic Acids Research!
September 2019: NIH FIRST postdoctoral fellow Alexandra (Lexie) Kuzmishin Nagy joins the lab- welcome!
September 2019: Congrats to Jacob for being awarded the Lew Graduate Award in Biochemistry award for the best first year performance!
September 2019: Thank you to NIGMS for funding our research on the regulation of protein synthesis!
April 2019: We are grateful for receiving the 2018 Cozzarelli Prize from the National Academy of Sciences for the Best Biological Sciences Paper published in 2018!
April 2019: Congrats to Ian for his selection to give a seminar at the 2019 EMBO Toxin-Antitoxin meeting!