Congratulations to MCB Adjunct Professor Malcolm Winkler for two outstanding achievements. First, Dr. Winkler has co-authored an American Society of Microbiology (ASM) Press book “Bacterial Pathogenesis”. Dr. Winkler has also been awarded a $3.3 million R35 grant from the NIH-National Institute of General Medical Sciences for his research on peptidoglycan synthesis in Streptococcus pneumoniae. For further details see story for news.
The labs of Stephen Bell and Rachel Y. Samson have published a new manuscript in the journal Cell. The article, entitled "Physical and Functional Compartmentalization of Archaeal Chromosomes”, reveals hitherto unrecognized similarities between the organization of archaeal chromosomes and those of humans. The paper also describes the identification of a novel chromosome-organizing protein termed “Coalescin (ClsN)".
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"Susanne excelled in her first teaching role. She earned gratitude for getting the MLS degree program off to an excellent start, and her contributions go far beyond the normal call of duty." - Dr. Jim Drummond
Michael VanNieuwenhze, a Standiford H. Cox Professor of Chemistry at IU Bloomington, is among the Indiana University researchers that collaborated on the study and invention of a new tool that highlights real-time tracking of structured activity from bacterial cell walls.
Adam Zlotnick's research is showcased leading into the next-level of innovation by the Indianapolis Business Journal. The IBJ acknowledged Zlotnick as an "influential serial entrepreneur”. The researchers interviewed for this article varied from Indiana higher education institutions, expertise, but all with the common ground of highlighting the importance of continuous research. The IBJ article identifies the connection between science and entrepreneurial advancement.
Matt Bochman is participating in the American Cancer Society - Real Men Wear Pink campaign to support the fight against breast cancer. Here's how you can help Matt Bochman reach his goal and learn more about the nationwide initative.