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Our group had a great time at the Protein Society 36th Annual Symposium in San Francisco. Carla enjoyed connecting with friends Brian Matthews (left) and John Kuriyan (right). Monica, Michael, and Kasun received travel awards to present their posters.
She did it! We are so excited to congratulate Dr. Morgan Ploch on the successful defense of her thesis. Thanks for your hard work, mentorship, and delicious food over the years!
We are so excited to welcome Marcela de Barros as the newest member of our lab! Marcela comes to us from Brazil and has extensive experience studying the tyrosinase enzyme. Bem-vinda Marcela!
Extra, extra, read all about it: News@Northeastern recently published an article about our work and the grant we recently received from the National Science Foundation.
Crystal Structure Reveals the Full Ras–Raf Interface and Advances Mechanistic Understanding of Raf Activation
Crystalizing the CRD: Nice job Trinity! Our paper published in Biomolecules showcases the first high-resolution structure of the Raf Kinase cystein-rich domain (CRD) bound to Ras providing insight into the role of this domain.Abstract Ras and Raf-kinase interact...
Digging into Dimerization: Way to go Morgan, Jillian, and the team! Our paper published in PNAS demonstrates robust dimerization of Ras induced by the Ras-binding domain (RBD) of Raf Kinase.Significance Ras GTPases, KRas, HRas, and NRas control cell proliferation via...