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December 2017

Yongjian and Elise report a new phytochrome signaling mechanism in Nature Communications

By | December 4th, 2017|Categories: Lab News|

Yongjian Qiu and Elise Pasoreck published their recent work on phytochrome signaling in Nature Communications. This article reports a new light signaling mechanism that Arabidopsis phytochrome B utilizes its C-terminal domain as a signaling output module to mediate a central light signaling event - the degradation of the nodal transcription factor PIF3. This project was initiated when [...]

October 2017

July 2017

Congratulations! Dr. Emily Yang!

By | July 7th, 2017|Categories: Lab News|

Emily has successfully defended her dissertation! Congratulations, Dr. Yang! We wish Emily all the best in her postdoctoral work at Columbia University! We would like to send special thanks to Prof. Tai-ping Sun at Duke for taking care of Emily when she was away from the lab.  Also, many thanks to her committee members - Philip [...]

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June 2017

Emily received a JBC/Herb Tabor Young Investigator Award, congratulations!

By | June 29th, 2017|Categories: Lab News|

Emily received a JBC/Herb Tabor Young Investigator Award at the 28th International Conference on Arabidopsis Research in St. Louis, MO (June 19-23, 2017). Emily gave a short talk on her Ph.D. work on identification of a novel light signaling component in controlling chloroplast biogenesis. The JBC/Herbert Tabor Young Investigator Awards are given annually to students, postdoctoral researchers, [...]

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M. Chen lab hosts a 2017 CEPCEB REU student, Ngoc (Iris) Tran.

By | June 23rd, 2017|Categories: Lab News|

M. Chen lab will host another summer CEPCEB REU student - Ngoc (Iris) Tran.  This is the second year that we participate in the NSF-funded summer undergraduate research program in the Center for Plant Cell Biology at UCR. Iris will work with Dr. Keunhwa Kim, a senior scientist, to characterize the mechanism of subcellular protein sorting in [...]

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May 2017

April 2017

Chris Cheng received a Research in Science & Engineering (RISE) fellowship for his summer research project. Congratulations!

By | April 20th, 2017|Categories: Lab News|

Chris Cheng was awarded a Research in Science & Engineering (RISE) fellowship to conduct undergraduate research in the M.Chen lab between June 26 and September 1, 2017.  Chris will be working with Chan Yul to investigate the mechanism of light signaling in controlling chloroplast biogenesis. Congratulations, Chris!

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