The (3M) Interest Group

Metabolism, Membranes, and Metalloenzymology

The Metabolism, Membranes, and Metalloenzymology, the (3M) Interest Group, serves as a forum for graduate students, postdocs, and faculty to obtain feedback on their 3M-related projects and/or to highlight exciting recent publications in this area. Everyone is welcome!

Contact Dr. Eric L. Hegg at 353-7120 to sign up to give a presentation, for questions, or other concerns related to this activity.

Spring 2018 Schedule - Wednesdays at 4:00 PM, Location: iCER Seminar Room, 1455-A Biomedical & Physical Sciences Building

Date

Lab

Presenter

Topic

January 10

Hammer

Joshua Lensmire

Examining Utilization of Host Derived Glutathione as a Sulfur Source by Staphylococcus Aureus

January 24

Kroos

Sandy Olenic

Inhibition of Intramembrane Protease Activity

February 7

Martinez-Gomez

Paula Roszczenko-Jasinska

Knocking on Bacteria's Door: Insight Into Uptake of Lanthinides by Methylotrophs

February 21

Lunt

Deanna Broadwater

Tunable Fluorescent Organic Salts for Enhanced Imaging and Photodynamic

March 7

Hausinger

Caitlyn Herr

Biochemical Studies of an Ethylene-forming Enzyme

March 21

Kerfeld

Bryan Ferlez

Engineering Modular Protein Membranes for Electron Transport and Enzyme Scaffolding

April 4

Vieille

Claire Vielle

Identification of the Actinobacillus Succinogenes Glucose Uptake System and Succinate Exporters

April 18

Hong

Yiqing Yang

Defining the folding-degradation relationship of a membrane protein mediated by the membrane-bound AAA+ protease FtsH

May 2

Martinez-Gomez

Cecilia Martinez-Gomez

Uncovering Rare Earth Elements Biochemistry: From Enzymes to Ecosystems

May 16

Proshlyakov

Nathan Frantz

Independent Electrochemical Manipulations of Complexes III and IV in Intact Mitochondria