Congratulations to John LeClair and Meng’ou (Mary) Zhu for receiving the 2018 David F. Silbert Summer Fellowship Award.
John LeClair worked with Drs. Lisa D McKenzie and Milan G Chheda on a project entitled “Characterizing the role of CHD4 in glioblastoma treatment response”, and Meng’ou (Mary) Zhu worked with Drs. Matthew J Walter and Michael O Alberti on a project entitled “Mutant U2AF1(Q157P) expression alters hematopoiesis in vivo.” (more…)
Dr. Linda Pike and Dr. Kathleen Hall have been selected as new fellows by the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), the world’s largest general scientific society.
The AAAS selects fellows in recognition of their distinguished efforts to advance science and its applications, and has selected eleven faculty members at Washington University in St. Louis – the most in a decade-and-a-half. (more…)
On November 15th, the Distinguished Service Teaching Awards ceremony was to honor faculty that exhibited exemplary teaching skills from the 2017-2018 school year. The Class of 2021 awarded Dr. Linda Pike with Professor of the Year. Congratulations Dr. Pike!
Congratulations to Sarah Clippinger for being selected for the 2018 Elson Fellowship in honor of Dr. Elliot Elson
Ms. Sarah Clippinger received her B.S. in Biochemistry from the Ohio State University in 2016. After graduation, Ms. Clippinger joined the Division of Biological and Biomedical Sciences at Washington University in St. Louis as part of the Biochemistry, Biophysics and Structural Biology program. (more…)
On Friday, November 2nd, 2018, the Saint Louis Section of the American Chemical Society will hold an Award Symposium honoring Dr. Jim Janetka.
The afternoon will have several speakers, followed by a reception.
Make sure to send in your reservation by October 30th if you wish to attend!
On May 24, 2018, Mr. Darrell Baldwin received the Washington University School of Medicine 2018 Operations Staff Service Award.
The Operations Staff Service award is given to a staff member who has demonstrated outstanding leadership, exceptional performance in their position and superior service.
The department surprised Darrell with an award ceremony and celebration in the seminar room where Dr. David Perlmutter, Dean of the Medical School, said a few words and presented Darrell with his award.
Ms. Melissa Budelier and Ms. Lucy Li were awarded the 2018 Ceil M. DeGutis Prize in Chemical Biology/Medicinal Chemistry.
On May 22nd, 2018, Ms. Melissa Budelier and Ms. Lucy Li were awarded the 2018 Ceil M. DeGutis Prize in Chemical Biology/Medicinal Chemistry.
Ms. Budelier presented her research entitled “Mapping Ligand Binding Sites in Integral Membrane Proteins”. Ms. Budelier was a graduate student in the Biochemistry, Biophysics and Structural Biology Program. Ms. Budelier was nominated by her thesis mentor Dr. Alex Evers. In Dr. Evers lab, Melissa’s work focused on developing chemical biology tools and mass spectrometric (MS) methods to sequence the transmembrane domains (TMDs) of integral membrane proteins (IMPs) and identified the sites at which sterol analogue photoaffinity labeling reagents modify these proteins. (more…)
Dr. William Frazier will receive the Chancellor’s Award for Innovation and Entrepreneurship. Chancellor Mark S. Wrighton will present Dr. Frazier and two others with awards during a ceremony October 5th, 2018 at The Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Clayton.
“Professors Achilefu, Elgin and Frazier represent the very best of Washington University and join the distinguished company of previous winners who have worked creatively and diligently to discover and disseminate new knowledge that brings great benefit to society,” Wrighton said.
You can read more about this at The Source.
Congratulations to Paige Cloonan (pictured, on the left), an undergraduate researcher in Michael Greenberg’s lab, for winning the Undergraduate Poster Award Competition at the 2018 Biophysical Society Meeting.
Paige is currently in her fourth year, majoring in Biomedical Engineering. The winning poster was entitled “Mechanical and Structural Analysis of Cardiomyopathies at the Single Cell Level”.