Zebrafish aversive taste co-receptor is expressed in both chemo- and mechanosensory cells and plays a role in lateral line development
Anne Marie successfully passed her Ph.D. candidacy exam at the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Georgia Tech. Her PhD project involves discovery of marine natural products active against malaria and worm infection. We expect that her work will lead to new drug lead and wish her the very best. Congratulations again!
Congratulations Drs. Lavoie, Kubanek, other group members and collaborators for the new research article in the Journal of Organic Chemistry!
Kubanek lab is proud to announce that Emily Schwartz has been selected to receive a 2017 National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship (GRF). NSF GRFP is one of the very competitive fellowship programs. It will fund her graduate studies for the next two years and more. She will be working on elucidating the chemosensory mechanism responsible for toxin production in marine algae. We look forward to Emily’s research findings and achievements in the years to come. Congratulations, Emily!
Bhuwan joined our lab as a doctoral graduate student.
He comes to Georgia Tech with masters degree in Chemistry.
We wish him the very best for the academic research journey ahead!