Stephanie, Ellen, and David are excited to have their collaboration funded by an AI/ML supplement from the NIH Office of the Director
Category Archives: Lab Members
Dr. Ellen O’Shaughnessy joins the Gupton Lab
We are excited to have Dr. Ellen O’Shaughnessy join the lab as a research associate, where she will work on membrane remodeling in developing neurons.
Stephanie presents at The Cytoskeleton of Neurons and Glia Virtual Seminar Series
Stephanie Gupton and Gaia Novarino present on July 1, 2021 at the virtual seminar series.
Mutalik’s new review is out!
Sampada Mutalik publishes a first author review on Glycosylation in Axonal Guidance
Welcome Kimberly Lukasik!
Thrilled to announce Kimberly Lukasik has joined the lab and the cell biology and physiology curriculm for her thesis work. Welcome Kimberly!
Melissa’s collaborative preprint between Gupton and Brennwald labs, investigating the Schizophrenia linked protein tSNARE1 is on BioRxiv
Defining Exocytic Modes
Fabio Urbina’s stellar work, defining exocytic modes, their regulatory mechanisms, and their influence on cell morphology is out in Cell Reports.
The TRIM9/TRIM67 Interactome
Shalini Menon published a first author paper in Molecular Biology of the Cell detailing the interactome of TRIM9 and TRIM67 using the BioID approach. Shalini led a team of undergrads to complete this work in collaboration with the Major Lab.
Shalini Menon publishes the neuronal ubiquitylome
We took our first foray into getting data out there at µPublications. Shalini used proteomic approaches to define the ubiquitylome of developing neurons. Although we didn’t have the power to detect differences between genotypes, we think this data will be useful to many labs. Please let us know if your favorite protein is ubiquitylated.
Juliet King Rotates in the lab
Welcome Juliet King for the second BBSP rotation.