Congratulations to professor Heather Desaire who was recently awarded a $1.38 million R01 grant from National Institute of Health for the project grant titled "Characterization of PTMs on Env to support HIV vaccine development."This research will investigate a group of HIV vaccine candidates and the proteins that make up those candidates. The project could help vaccine developers answer several critical questions, including identifying cell lines in which specific proteins should be expressed and why particular vaccine candidates have especially advantageous properties, such as the ability to bind tightly to desirable antibodies. Follow this link for the KU News Release.
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- October 18, 2017Chris Elles: UG Research Mentor Spotlight | October 2017
- September 19, 2017New $20M NSF award for PI Kristin Bowman-James
- September 8, 2017Chemistry Students present at National ACS meeting in Washington, D.C.