Sara Daley

Graduate Student, Chemistry, 6th year Email Sara | Hometown: Knoxville, TN B.S., Chemistry and Communication, Boston College Sara is interested in applying high-throughput techniques, specifically the DNA-barcoded mononucleosome library, to probe the effects of PTMs on chromatin-associated processes. And, for …

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Michael Haugbro

Graduate Student, Chemistry, 6th year Email Michael | Hometown: Queens, New York B.S., Chemistry, New York University Michael is interested in developing and implementing molecular tools to study the effects of histone PTMs on chromatin structure and function. It is …

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Brad Lukasak

Graduate Student, Chemistry, 5th year Email Brad | Hometown: Orwigsburg, PA B.S., Chemistry, University of Pittsburgh Brad is interested in the crosstalk between histone modifications and their effect on gene expression as well as the development of new uses for …

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Steven Bodine

Graduate Student, Chemistry, 3rd year Email Steven | Hometown: Chevy Chase, MD B.A., Biochemistry, Middlebury College, 2016 Steven studies the chemistry of quorum sensing and bacterial crosstalk. As part of a 3-person team with two Stevens, he is looking forward …

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Hengyuan Liu

Graduate Student, Chemistry, 3rd year Email Hengyuan | Hometown: Tianjin, China B.S., Chemistry and Biology, Tsinghua University, 2018 Hengyuan is interested in studying the effects of PTMs and histone mutations on nucleosome remodeling. As an international student, Hengyuan is learning …

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Esmat Hegazi

Graduate Student, Molecular Biology, 3rd year Email Esmat | Hometown: Lincoln, CA B.S., Biology, University of California, Berkeley  Esmat graduated from UC Berkeley with a degree in biology. After graduation, she worked in the lab of Brad Bernstein at MGH where …

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Yi Hua

Graduate Student, Chemistry, 2nd year Email Yi | Hometown: Beijing, China B.S., Chemistry and Biology, Tsinghua University, China Yi is currently working on the chemistry of split inteins and their application for more complicated protein systems. Outside the lab, he …

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Yingzi Huang

Graduate Student, Chemistry, 2nd year Email Yingzi | Hometown: Guangzhou, China B.S., Biochemistry, Boston College Yingzi is interested in understanding the mechanism and effect of serine ADP-ribosylation on histones. Outside of the lab, Yingzi is a fan of classical music. …

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Xuanjia Ye

Graduate Student, Molecular Biology, 2nd year Email Xuanjia | Hometown: Shanghai, China B.S., Biological Sciences, Fudan University, China Xuanjia is interested in the regulation of transcription. In the Muir lab, she is excited about learning chemical tool development and utilizing the knowledge …

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