Congratulations to Emily – NSF Graduate Research Fellow!

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!

Kathryn participated in Pittcon 2016 conference in Atlanta!

Kathryn Martin presented her research jointly with Remington Poulin at Pittcon on various applications of 1H-NMR-based metabolomics – ranging from discovery of biomarkers for the early detection of epithelial ovarian cancer to the identification of biological fear cue in the blue crab urine.



2016 Gordon Research Conference on Marine Natural Products

Our group attended the 2016 Gordon Research Conference on Marine Natural Products from March 6 – 11.  Early career and established researchers from academia, industry, and government gathered to address the discovery and development of natural products from marine ecosystems.

We had two oral and four poster presentations from our lab!