Tyler Lucci, a chemical engineering PhD student, is joining the Lucks lab! Tyler earned his B.S. from SUNY Buffalo in 2016 and completed the M.S.CEP program at MIT in 2017. Tyler then joined Corning Incorporated where he worked as a chemical process engineer. At Corning, Tyler studied ion exchange for glass article strengthening, including theContinue reading “Tyler Lucci Joins the Lab!”
At the 12th Annual Biophysics Symposium, held by NU’s Molecular Biophysics Training Program, David presented a poster featuring his research of how expression platform folding tunes the dynamic range of the ZTP riboswitch using a strand invasion mechanism. He tied for first place in the poster competition with Anna Talyzina of the He Lab.
Edric Choi, an Interdisciplinary Biological Sciences PhD student, is joining the Lucks lab! As an undergraduate, he worked on characterizing structural features and folding dynamics of the S. enterica htrA RNA thermometer using SHAPE. He then joined the Gopalan Lab at Ohio State University, where he studied conformational switching in mitochondrial tRNAs associated with disease and developedContinue reading “Edric Choi Joins the Lab!”