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Congratulations to Andrew Olsen, Liming Yin, Roni Barak Ventura, and ChingYao Yang on the Publication of Their Paper

Congratulations to PhD Candidates, Andrew Olsen and Liming Yin, MS Student, Roni Barak Ventura, and Montclare Lab Alumnus, Dr. ChingYao Yang, on the publication on their paper in Molecular Biosystems. The paper analyzes the impact of the phenylalanine residues on the surface of the phosphotriesterase (PTE) enzyme. The work was a collaborative effort with Prof. Richard Bonneau, Dr. P. Douglas Renfrew, and Leif Halvorsen from the NYU Center for Genomics and Systems Biology. You can check out the article under the publications tab.

|August 25th, 2017
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    Prof. Montclare Awarded NSF Funding for MRI-Traceable Smart Protein for Theranosis

Prof. Montclare Awarded NSF Funding for MRI-Traceable Smart Protein for Theranosis

Congratulations for Prof. Montclare, along with Co-PI’s Richard Banneau, PhD, Director of the Center for Data Science, and Youssef Wadghiri, PhD, Director of the PreClinical Imaging Core at NYU School of Medicine, for receiving $1.5 million from the NSF to fund protein fibers capable of self-assembly, targeted drug delivery to cells, and real-time non-invasive monitoring via MRI. You can read more about the project by clicking here.

|August 24th, 2017
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    Prof. Montclare and Lab Members Present Research at 254th ACS National Meeting

Prof. Montclare and Lab Members Present Research at 254th ACS National Meeting

Prof. Montclare presented research in the lab at the 254th American Chemical Society National Meeting. However, she was not alone, as multiple students gave oral presentations as well: PhD Candidate, Yao Wang; MS Student Jeffrey Liu; MD/PhD Candidate Lindsay Hill; and PhD Candidate, Andrew Olsen. If that was not enough, PhD Candidate, Liming Yin and MD/Phd Candidate presented posters as well. It was a busy week at the meeting to the Montclare Lab contingent; however, they were still able to catch the eclipse!

|August 24th, 2017

Nicole Schnabel Present Research in Japan

Congratulations to BS/MS Student, Nicole Schnabel, for presenting her research a the Amgen Scholars Program Symposium in Japan.

|August 19th, 2017
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    Teeba Jihad Spotlighted for Internship at NYC Based Celmatix

Teeba Jihad Spotlighted for Internship at NYC Based Celmatix

Congratulations Teeba Jihad for being recognized for her exceptional work during the summer at her internship with Celmatix. She was a featured for her success at the New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) Summer Internship Finale.

|August 18th, 2017