The Szczesna- Cordary lab welcomes Ulises, undergraduate student at the University of Miami studying biochemistry and Italian! During his time in the lab, he will first be shadowing graduate students, assistant and research scientists to get more familiar with the equipment and projects in the lab and will eventually have a project on his own! […]
Jacob Rowe, first year graduate PIBS student gave his rotation symposium talk today! His project focused on two different mutations in the Essential Light Chain of myosin (A57G and D43) and how each modulate the Super Relaxed State (SRX) of myosin. Thank you for all the help and we hope you enjoyed your time in […]
Congratulation to Chen-Ching (Vicky) on passing her sufficiency exam today. Vicky delivered a nice seminar to the entire department on October 25th at 1 PM and then presented her thesis work for the committee members. After some discussion, lots of questions and answers the committee accepted her experimental part of the dissertation as sufficient for the […]
Molecular and Functional Effects of a Splice Site Mutation in the MYL2 Gene Associated with Cardioskeletal Myopathy and Early Cardiac Death in Infants
Congrats to Cindy on her first first-author article in the Szczesna-Cordary Lab! The full article can be read by clicking on the link below: Molecular and Functional Effects of a Splice Site Mutation in the MYL2 Gene Associated with Cardioskeletal Myopathy and Early Cardiac Death in Infants
Structural studies on transgenic mouse papillary and soleus muscle fibers using small angle X-ray diffraction at BioCAT 18ID (Beamtime April 15-April 19, 2016). Click the title for pictures.
Our new website (this one!!) is now online! 🙂