Welcome to the Hemm Lab, a small protein research lab at Towson University!
Important Notice for All BIOL410 Students
from Spring 2012 to Spring 2014
In two weeks (early May), we will be submitting a manuscript describing the identification of small proteins originally studied in these semesters of BIOL410. If you were in BIOL410 during these semesters, you are eligible for authorship on this paper.
To be an author you need to formally approve the manuscript. To do this, you need to edit the manuscript and email me your comments and approval for publication. If you would like to be an author, please contact me (email@example.com) with a current email address, and I will send you the draft.
If I do not have your formal approval by the time we submit the manuscript, you will not be an author, but will be listed in the Acknowledgements section of the paper.
Finally, if you were not a student during these semesters, but have participated in the Small Protein Identification Project, please know that we will continue to submit results of the BIOL410 class for publication in the future.
Thank you for all of your hard work! All the best, Dr. Hemm
Kenneth Perez-Marrero and Christopher Johnson presented posters describing their research at Towson University’s 14th Annual Student Research & Creative Inquiry Forum.
Congratulations to Danielle Lein for being accepted to a summer internship at Canon US Life Sciences!
Congratulations to Danielle Lein for being accepted to the Biomedical Masters Program at the University of Pittsburg!
Congratulations to John Kelly for being awarded the Carl Henrikson Memorial Award for Academic Achievement from the Department of Biological Sciences!