14 August 2019
Tamar Skaist passed her second level exam (i.e. qualifying exam) today – the day before her birthday, by the way. Double celebration! Congrats, PhD candidate Tamar!
08 August 2019
A lot has happened in the Keedy Lab in the last few months…
First of all, I’m excited to report that the lab has been awarded an NIH MIRA (R35) grant, which will provide funding for 5 years! With this support from the NIH, we can continue our work to develop new methods in multistate X-ray crystallography and elucidate allosteric mechanisms in phosphatases.
Relatedly, we are hiring for multiple positions in the lab. Email Dr. Keedy and apply by clicking this link if you are interested in a postdoc position.
Finally, two excellent undergraduates have finished their summer research in the lab: Kristiana “Spring” Smith with the B^3 REU Program (from my alma mater Rhodes College!) and Minyoung “Lily” Kim with the CSURP Program, both of whom worked with Maryam Azeem as a mentor here. We wish them both the best as they return to college for the fall, and beyond!
02 June 2019
Hello, world! This is the first post from the Keedy Lab. Only 1+ year late!
We’ve gotten off to an amazing start in that time. See below for a photo of the lab during the 2018 holiday season.
Looking forward to what the rest of 2019 and beyond have to bring! Watch this space…
Finally, if you are interested in a postdoc position in the lab, please apply by clicking this link.
… and email Dr. Keedy to discuss!