Category: Highlights

Interleukin-1 contributes to clonal expansion and progression of bone marrow fibrosis in JAK2V617F-induced myeloproliferative neoplasm

9/15/2022

Congratulations to Dr. Golam Mohi on his paper published in Nature Communications titled: "Interleukin-1 contributes to clonal expansion and progression of bone marrow fibrosis in JAK2V617F-induced myeloproliferative neoplasm" Author: Mohammed…

Paper from Egelman lab has cover of Chemical Reviews

9/15/2022

Cryo-EM of Helical Polymers Authors: Fengbin Wang, Ordy Gnewou, Armin Solemanifar, Vincent P. Conticello, and Edward H. Egelman ABSTRACT: While the application of cryogenic electron microscopy (cryo-EM) to helical polymers…

“Convergent evolution in the supercoiling of prokaryotic flagellar filaments”.

9/8/2022

Congratulations to Dr.Mark Kreutzberger and Dr. Ed Egelman for their recently published paper in Cell titled: “Convergent evolution in the supercoiling of prokaryotic flagellar filaments”.  Summary: The supercoiling of bacterial…

DNA-guided lattice remodeling of carbon nanotubes-Science July 2022

7/28/2022

Congratulations to the Egelman lab for their recent paper published in Science on Carbon Nanotubes.  You can read the entire article here:science.abo4628 "Covalent modification of carbon nanotubes is a promising…

2022 GBS Symposium Awards

5/31/2022

GBS Student Leadership Award – Heather Raimer Young (Wang Lab); BMG Outstanding Graduate Student Award – Kristyna Kupkova (Auble & Sheffield Labs); Biophysics Outstanding Graduate Student Award 2022 – Mark…

2022 Hamlin Award

5/11/2022

The 2022 Hamlin Award goes to Heather Raimer. This award is given in honor of former BMG Chair, Joyce Hamlin. Heather will also give the Annual Hamlin Award Research Seminar…

2022 BMG Outstanding Student Award

5/4/2022

The 2022 BMG Outstanding Student Award goes to Kristyna Kupkova. Kristyna will be our BMG nominee for the Peach and Hungerford Awards and will give a presentation at the GBS…

2022 BMG Graduate Students

4/18/2022

Please welcome our 2022 Graduate Students.

Ed Egelman-Cell article: “Spindle-shaped archaeal viruses evolved from rod-shaped ancestors to package a larger genome”

3/23/2022

Congratulations to Dr. Ed Egelman and colleagues for a paper that will be featured on the cover of the April 14 issue of Cell. For the last 65 years it…