We are excited to announce Nathan Livingston, in collaboration with Jiwoong Kwong and many others, published a new paper in Molecular Cell. In this paper, the authors found that translation occurs in bursts by using long-term mRNA tracking. In addition, […]
Here in the Wu lab, we are so lucky to work with dedicated, hard-working undergraduates. Get to know our current students: Emily Nakayama is a rising senior and has worked with us for 2 years. She majors in Biophysics and […]
We are thrilled to welcome two new PhD students to the lab- Jan Rios and Leslie Watkins from the BCMB program! Here is a photo of Jan and Leslie hiking the Maryland Heights Trail during the Wu Lab Camping trip […]
In a collaboration between our lab and Shuying Sun’s group, co-first authors Gosia Latallo and Shaopeng Wang and several others published an exciting paper in Nature Communications recently. In this paper, the authors found that introns of the highly repetitive […]
The Wu Lab has two new members in the lab! Blake Nelson is a 1st year BCMB PhD student who recently completed a rotation with us this past winter. We also welcome our new research specialist, Fatemeh Jahanbakhsh, who will […]
Yang Liu, the first post-doc in our lab, received the Paul Ehrlich Award from the Johns Hopkins Medicine 2021 Young Investigator’s Day Program. The award was established to honor the memory of Paul Ehrlich, a Nobel Prize laureate in Medicine […]
In collaboration with TJ Ha’s group, co-first authors Yang Liu and Roger Zou and several others published an exciting paper in Science magazine, where they used CRISPR technology to study DNA repair processes on short time scales in cells. Check […]
Gosia presented her work titled “Single Molecule Imaging of C9orf72 RNA and Repeat Associated Non-ATG Translation” during the recent BPS meeting at the Baltimore Convention Center. Great turnout and lots of good questions followed.