Jamie is interested in protein synthesis and renewable energy.
jcate -at- lbl.gov
Luisa Arake de Tacca
Luisa is working on mechanisms of eIF3-mediated translation regulation.
latacca -at- berkeley.edu
Dr. Paul Cernak
Paul is studying non-conventional yeasts to understand their genetic diversity and for their potential as industrial hosts.
cernakpaul -at- gmail.com
Dr. Das De Silva
Das is interested in studying the eIF3 mediated translation regulation in T cells.
dasdesilva -at- berkeley.edu
Raissa is interested in the physiology of thermotolerant yeast, and developing genome-wide approaches to studying these organisms.
r.estrela -at- berkeley.edu
Angelica is interested in the study of eIF3’s interactions with target mRNAs using a range of different technologies, including structural, biochemical and gene editing approaches.
angelica.gonzalez10 -at- berkeley.edu
Dr. Audre Lapinaite
Audre is working jointly with the Doudna lab on cellular imaging of RNAs.
lapinaite -at- berkeley.edu
Dr. Nadège Liaud
Nadège is interested in developing ribosome profiling as a tool to study the mechanism of action of translation targeting drugs.
nliaud -at- berkeley.edu
Dr. Wenfei Li
Wenfei is working on understanding the structural basis for human translation regulation by eIF3.
wenfeili -at- berkeley.edu
Snigdha is working on directed evolution experiments.
snigdhapoddar -at- berkeley.edu
Mia is working jointly with the Ingolia lab on molecular mechanisms of translation initiation.
mpulos -at- berkeley.edu
Marina is working on eIF3-mediated regulation of human translation.
mvolegova -at- berkeley.edu
Fred is interested in the synthetic biology of the ribosome.
fward -at- berkeley.edu
Zoe is interested in the synthetic biology of the ribosome.
zlwatson -at- berkeley.edu
Vivian is a joint graduate student with Michelle Chang working on fundamentals of pathway engineering in yeast.
vyu03 -at- berkeley.edu
Bruno is working on various protein synthesis projects.
bamartinez -at- lbl.gov
Dan is working with Liz on cryo-EM projects.
dsrole -at- berkeley.edu
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