Xiaoqi Liu's lab's study on low doses of metformin and a gene inhibitor known as B12536 and their effects on prostate cancer tumors is published in Journal of Biological Chemistry.
Andy Tao and Chief Technology Officer and Chief Technology Officer Anton Iliuk received an NIH STTR grant for their company Tymora Analytical Operations, LLC for a project entitled, Metal ion-functionalized soluble nanopolymers: A new analytical platform for plasma proteomics”.
Joe Ogas received an NSF grant for his proposal, “Understanding the contribution of the PICKLE ATP-dependent remodeler to expression of H3K27me3-dependent loci in Arbidopsis”.
Natalia Dudareva, distinguished professor of biochemistry and horticulture, was awarded the 2014 Purdue Sigma Xi Faculty Research Award.
Mark Hall's lab's work on enzymes that help fix cancer-causing DNA defects is published in Molecular Cell.
Clint Chapple and his lab members publish discovery in Nature that could yield more efficient plants for biofuels.
PLOS Biology reports work by Beth Tran and her lab members on the function of long non-coding RNAs in yeast.
View the March 2015 edition of Molecular Matters, the Department of Biochemistry's monthly newsletter.
Undergraduate Emily Erickson wins prestigous Churchill Scholarship. Featured in Purdue Today.
Administrative Assistant Kristi Trimble received the 2014 Eudoxia Girard Martin Memorial Staff Recognition Award. Featured in Purdue Today.
Undergraduate Peter Mercado-Reyes featured in Agriculture Magazine for his involvement with iGEM.
Biochemistry undergraduate program received accreditation from the American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (ASBMB).
Biochemistry program offers well-rounded education in science. Featured in AgriNews.
College of Agriculture Outstanding Sophomore, Quinton Nannet, plans a future in the medical field.
Assistant Professor Humaira Gowher’s journey from India to Purdue University profiled in her home town’s newspaper.
Erin Nicklow is a 2014 recipient of a Purdue Mortar Board fellowship. Featured in Purdue Today.
Undergraduate Andjela Djokovic explains her transition into the United States. Featured in The Exponent.
View the current edition of the Department of Biochemistry's annual publication, The Catalyst.