Dr. Estrada and Rachel Aguda attended the 2022 ABRCMS conference! ABRCMS provides a wonderful networking opportunity for undergraduates interested in research careers. Rachel received a travel award and presented her research on CYP24A1.
Our lab undergraduate Rachel Aguda is on a roll! Rachel was recently selected for the NIH Undergraduate Scholarship Program (UGSP). She was also selected to receive a Marion B. Sewer Distinguished Scholarship for Undergraduate Award from ASBMB. Congratulations Rachel! Read the story here!
PhD candidates Natalie Jay, Chris Campomizzi, and Janie McGlohon, along with Dr. Amit Kumar traveled with Dr. Estrada to the International Conference on Cytochrome P450 in Washington DC. Janie and Amit were also invited to give oral presentations!
April 2022: Natalie and Chris each presented both a poster and a research talk (!) at the Experimental Biology conference in Philadelphia.
March 2022: Janie McGlohon passes her qualifying exams and becomes a Ph.D. candidate! Congratulations!
December 2021: The lab came together to decorate the research bay window for the holidays. Skinny Santa on the fireplace and the snow-person have been around for a couple of holidays.
January 2021: The lab enjoyed the Buffalo winter weather by going tubing at Holiday Valley! Fortunately, no one got hurt, but a few people came close to flying over the berm.
2020: Our pandemic project lives! While at home, the lab came together to contribute a chapter on cytochrome P450 structures for the most recent edition of Enzyme Kinetics in Drug Metabolism. Nice work everyone!
Graduate students Chris Campomizzi and Natalie Jay both passed their qualifying exams, and are now officially Ph.D. candidates!