Welcome to the Hemm Lab, a small protein research lab at Towson University!
ATTENTION ALL PREVIOUS BIOL 410 STUDENTS:
We are now preparing our work to publish. If you tagged and tested a sORF in BIOL 410, you are eligible for authorship. To be an author, we need to be able to contact you. Please contact Caitlin VanOrsdel (email@example.com) or Dr. Hemm (firstname.lastname@example.org) with an email address ASAP. If you know of anyone who may not get this message and was in BIOL 410 please have them contact us as well.
Welcome to all of the new students conducting research in the lab: Charles Allen, Andrea Bempong, Andrea Haupt, John Igbinosa, Markelle Johnson, Danielle Lein, Jordan Lingo, Kelvin Njoku, Melissa Quackenbush, Milano Tesfaye, Mckenzie Trabitz, and Tsion Woldemariam!
Research Assistant Austin Gallegos has accepted a post-baccalaureate position at the National Institutes of Health. Congratulations, Austin!
Masters Graduate Student Jessica Hobson has begun graduate school at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She is working on her Ph.D. in the Biological and Biomedical Sciences Program (BBSP). Good luck, Jessica!
John Kelly, a participant in the Towson Bridges-to-Baccalaureate Program, presented his summer research project at the Bridges Poster Session.
Dr. Hemm gave the plenary talk about Grants and Outreach at the 2015 MicroNET meeting at St. Joseph’s University in Philadelphia.