Saturday, May 30, 2020

News

Graduate student Owen Becette became an official PhD candidate after presenting his project proposal to his committee. 

 Owen and Andrew presented at the 56th Experimental Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Conference in Pacific Grove, CA.

Graduate student Andrew Longhini completed his fourth-year Independent Proposal last week after presenting to his thesis committee.  Congratulations, Andrew!

Graduate student Hyeyeon Nam became an official Ph.D. candidate last week after presenting her project proposal to her thesis committee.  Congratulations, Hyeyeon!

Rachel's HHMI Undergraduate Research Fellowship was renewed a second time for her final semester at the University of Maryland based on the accomplishments of her 2014 term.  Congratulations, Rachel!

Owen received the Sampugna/Keeney Travel  Award to support his travel to the Experimental Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Conference in Pacific Grove, California in April 2015.  Congratulations, Owen!

Andrew received a 2014-2015 Graduate School Merit Fellowship to support his travel to the Experimental Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Conference in Pacific Grove, California in April 2015, where he will present his work surrounding the enzymatic synthesis of site-specifically isotopically labeled nucleotides.  Congratulations, Andrew!

Dr. Dayie, Dr. Chen, Owen, and Rachel presented the Group's research in RNA labeling technologies at the National Institutes of Health as part of the Center for HIV RNA Studies.

Rachel presented her research at the 58th Annual Meeting of the Biophysical Society in San Francisco, California, in February 2014. Her travel was funded by the HHMI Capstone Award.

Owen Becette, who earned his B.S. in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology from Drew University, NJ, joined the Biochemistry graduate program at UMD in the fall of 2013. Now he is officially a member of the Dayie Group! Welcome, Owen!