Welcome to the Hemm Lab, a small protein research lab at Towson University!


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 (cvanorsdel@towson.edu) or Dr. Hemm (mhemm@towson.edu) 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. 


Recent News:

May 2016
Charles Allen, Andrea Bempong, Brittany Burke, John Kelly, Ulrich Kemajou, C. Danielle Lein, Ricardo-Jose Melendez, Avery Taylor,
 and Alexander Wilson presented posters describing their research at the 2016 Towson University Undergraduate & Graduate Student Research and Performance Expo.

April 2016
Congratulations to John Kelly for winning the Award for Best Poster Presentation at the American Society for Microbiology DC Branch Spring Meeting at George Mason University!

Congratulations to John Kelly for being awarded the Compton N. Crook Award for Outstanding Junior Biology Major!

March 2016
Congratulations to Brittany Burke, Ulrich Kemajou, Ricardo-Jose Melendez and Alexander Wilson for receiving a Towson University Undergraduate Research Grant!

Dr. Hemm was awarded a 2016 University of Maryland Regents’ Award  for Excellence in Mentoring.  Thank you to everyone who has participated in the Molecular Biology Laboratory class Small Protein Identification Project and conducted research in the Hemm lab!  It would not have been possible without all of your hard work!

February 2016
Welcome to all the new students that have joined the lab this semester:  Brittany Burke, Ulrich Kemajou, Ricardo-Jose Melendez, Avery Taylor and Alexander Wilson!