In the books

One more semester is coming to end with a lot of great reasons to celebrate! First, I would like to properly welcome the newest members of the lab. Dr. Nate Snyder is our new postdoc coming from Hopkins and Julia Marshall our undergraduate student joined the lab for the school semester.  Shannon Dougherty, a Biology graduate student will do her… Read more →

Summer is officially here!

Science, hard-work, iced coffee (and World Cup)!     This summer we are very pleased to host two incredible undergraduate students in our lab: Valeria Santa-Melendez (University of Puerto Rico) and Julia Marshall (Duke). Valeria come to us as part of the Duke Summer Research Opportunity Program (SROP) and Julia as part of the Biological Sciences Undergraduate Research Fellowship (B-SURF).… Read more →

2018 off to a good start!

We would like to welcome our first postdoc Dr. Andrew Gorman to the team! Andrew will investigate global mechanisms of translation regulation mediated by ubiquitin in response to stress. Also, our NIEHS R00 award was funded, and will allow us to study the roles of K63 ubiquitin in neuronal cells. Exciting times as the lab keeps growing! Read more →

Meet the New Faculty of 2017

Hey, we have just been featured at DukeToday in the Introducing the New Faculty of 2017 series!  Click at the picture and you will find more information about me and about the research we are developing in our lab.    Also take the chance to learn more about all the amazing colleagues that are now part of Duke community. https://today.duke.edu/series/introducing-new-faculty-2017… Read more →

Officially recruiting

Hi all, we are looking for a postdoctoral candidate to fulfill a position in our lab and study the role of protein ubiquitination in cellular response to stress.  All qualified candidates are welcome to apply and applications should be submitted to academicjobsonline at the link below. https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/10359 . More information and a detailed description of the position can be find… Read more →