Seemay Chou and Jeremy Williams

November 2, 2017
12:00 PM

Seemay Chou, PhD (Faculty)
"Controlled destruction: how predatory microbes navigate prey cells"
Kuru, E. et al. Fluorescent D-amino-acids reveal bi-cellular cell wall modifications important for Bdellovibrio bacteriovorus predation. Nature Microbiology doi:10.1038/s41564-017-0029-y. epub 3 Oct 2017.

Jeremy Williams (Student)
"Don't take the STING out of treatment: How the cGAS pathway can drive abscopal response to cancer therapy."
Harding, S. M., Benci, J. L., Irianto, J., Discher, D. E., Minn, A. J., & Greenberg, R. A. (2017). Mitotic progression following DNA damage enables pattern recognition within micronuclei. Nature Publishing Group, 548(7668), 466–470.
Coaches: Stephen Floor and Andrei Goga

Mission Bay videoconference: MH-1405