Jennifer Maki, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Chemistry
Department Chair, Chemistry and Physical Sciences
|Research in the Maki laboratory|
|Projects in my lab are designed to provide undergraduate students with the opportunity to address a research question with techniques of biochemistry and molecular biology. Advanced research students are encouraged to present their results at national meetings such as the American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Meeting. Currently, we are cloning a tomato gene to more readily purify and characterize the corresponding enzyme. We are also collaborating with Dana Freund at the University of Minnesota to advance the understanding of post translational modifications in plants.|
|Katy Daggett presents her research results at ASBMB 2015 in Boston||Jake Elwood presents his research results at ASBMB 2015 in Boston|
|Protein Data Bank
|Research opportunities off campus|