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Welcome to 1st year graduate student Benjamin Rathman from the University of North Florida!
The lab welcomes 1st year graduate student Khalilia Tillet, from Murray State University!
Welcome to new graduate student Kyle Pedretty from College of the Holy Cross!
The lab welcomes Fabio Vasconcellos, our new undergraduate researcher!
Farewell to Bomi, our skilled 'oxaziridinator', who returns to South Korea after a 5-month internship in the lab. Best of luck!
Welcome to Haillie Lower from Tampa Preparatory School! Haillie joins us as part of a high school internship program during the month of May.
Welcome to new graduate student Chris Cain from Auburn University!
Congratulations to Matt for winning 1st place at the 14th Raymond Castle Student Research Conference for his poster entitled "Synthesis and conformational analysis of N-amino peptides"!
Yassin and Matt each presented a poster at the 14th Raymond Castle Student Research Conference.
Welcome to international undergraduate intern, Bomi Kim, from Hanbat National University in South Korea.
The lab welcomes postdoctoral researcher Justin Goodwin from the University of Florida!
Welcome to new graduate student Bill Motsch, from McGill University!
Our paper on tpd-based stitched beta-strand mimics was accepted in Chemical Communications. Congratulations to ChangWon and Matt!
The lab was awarded a 2-year grant from the NIH in support of a medicinal chemistry campaign toward antagonists of IRE-1 RNase activity.
Our review on heterocyclic extended dipeptide surrogates is now in press. See the Publications page for details.
The lab received an NIH R01 grant to study novel inhibitors of XBP-1s expression as antileukemic agents.
We've completed our move to the Department of Chemistry at USF. Our new lab and website are up and running. We look forward to an exciting year...
Welcome to our new graduate student, Yassin El-Batrawi!