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  • Sannie Olson, a fifth year biochemistry Ph.D. candidate, was awarded a Brown Graduate Fellowship of $10,000 for 2017-18. Sannie’s research in Professor Shogren-Knaak’s lab involves the SAGA family of nuclear complexes and how they are regulated in the process of nucleosome acetylation. With the work Sannie has accomplished, she could graduate this spring. However, the Brown award will help provide support for her to work towards finishing a developing story on how various SAGA subunits contribute to its regulation, and it is expected these results will be published several months into her fellowship.

  • Two BBMB outstanding seniors, Jeffrey Carley and Samuel Schulte, have been selected to receive the very prestigious 2017 Wallace E. Barron All-University Senior Award. The Alumni Association established the Wallace E. Barron Award in 1968 to recognize outstanding seniors who display high character, outstanding achievement in academics and university/community activities, and promise to continue these exemplary qualities as alumni. The 167 past awardees are fulfilling the spirit of this award by staying involved with Iowa State University in numerous ways.

  • Journeying from Students to Scientists - Stupka Symposium

    Rob Stupka continues to inspire those who study in the Roy J. Carver Department of Biochemistry, Biophysics and Molecular Biology (BBMB). Follow the journey of students becoming scientists by way of the Stupka Symposium.

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