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06/01/11 - Rienstra Group Undergraduate Research Assistants: Aranee, Shin and Lars, were honored this year by the Chemistry and Biochemistry Departments:
Shin Wook Lee has spent the past two years in the Rienstra group producing alpha-synuclein protein with many different isotopic labeling patterns, all for SSNMR studies to determine the structure of the synuclein fibrils. For his senior thesis project, he then constructed cysteine mutants of alpha-synuclein and modified the protein by attaching spin labels at the cysteine positions. Shin graduates this year with top honors having earned the John C. Bailar Award for the best senior thesis in Chemistry at UIUC. Congratulations Shin!
Lars Rikardsen began working in the Rienstra lab in May 2009 with a project to express, purify, and crystallize isotopically-labeled CcR55 for SSNMR. Over the past few years, he has also worked with alpha-synuclein, expression and purification of DsbA and DsbB, and a range of other projects. Lars graduates this year with top honors having earned the R.C. Fusion Award given to the Chemistry graduate with the highest GPA. Lars was also receipient of the Robert H. Doremus Scholarship the previous year to support his research in the Rienstra Group. Congratulations Lars!
Aranee Sivananthan has been developing an HPLC-based activity assay for an iron-containing quinone monooxygenase, a project that requires synthesis of the enzyme's substrate. Aranee was recently honored with the William T. and Lynn Jackson Scholar Award, a $1500 prize to aid in her biochemistry-related research project. Aranee will spend one more year in the Rienstra Group before she graduates, afterwhich she's planning to pursue a career in medicine. Congratulations Aranee!