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Sezen Meydan
Graduate student
fmeyda2@uic.edu
Research
Antibiotic-dependent ribosome stalling

Tanja Florin
Graduate student
florintanja@gmail.com
Research
orthogonal ribosome for synthetic biology

Mashal AlMutairi
Graduate student
malmut3@gmail.com
Research
Search for new ribosomal antibiotics

Shanmugapriya
Graduate student
ssothi2@uic.edu
Research
Drug-dependent ribosome stalling

Michael Graf
Visiting Graduate student
michael.graf@campus.lmu.de
Research
Displacement of erythromycin by the nascent peptide

James Marks
Graduate student
jmarks5@uic.edu
Research
Protein synthesis inhibitors

Nora-Vazquez Laslop
Research Associate Professor
nvazquez@uic.edu
Research
I am studying how the catalytic activity of the ribosome is modulated by the nascent peptide which is passing through the ribosomal exit tunnel. The fine tuning of the interactions between the nascent protein and specific elements of the ribosomes is an important way to regulate expression of various genes.

Cedric Orelle
Research Assistant Professor
corelle@uic.edu
Research
Search for new ribosome-targeting antibiotics

Dorota Klepacki
Senior Research Specialist
klepacki@uic.edu
Research
I use molecular biology, genetic, and biochemical techniques to study several aspects of the ribosome: how it makes proteins, how its catalytic activities are regulated, how it can regulate gene expression, and how it is one of the main targets for antibiotics.

Teresa Szal
Research Specialist
tmbszal@gmail.com
Research
Purification and testing of components of cell-free translation sysytem

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