Collaborative work leads to progress

Kaitlin Kentala (left), Simone Rauch (middle), Bryan Dickinson (right)

Graduate students Simone Rauch (Biochemistry and Molecular Biophysics) and Kaitlin Kentala (Chemistry) in Associate Professor Bryan Dickinson's lab (Chemistry) worked together alongside others to create a biosensor in order to record measurable output of RNA during various protein binding events. Due to the collaborative nature of the lab, it is believed that Dickinson's lab will go on to work on a variety of diseases including heart disease, stroke, and neurodegenerative disorders.

Learn more about their work and research at the Forefront.

Instagram Facebook Youtube