The 2021 symposium was held remotely, and videos from roughly half of the talks are posted onto YouTube, at the CMAP_CEGS channel. This includes Kenny’s talk from the workshop portion this year. In contrast to his talk from last year (which really focused on the basic with few specifics), the talk from this year was much more about a specific example fitting into some of those more general considerations (with unpublished data to boot!).
Anh was chosen as a CWRU Coding Scholar, which supports his work analyzing deep mutational scanning data to understand and predict which amino acid substitutions abrogate protein interactions without altering protein abundance. Congats Anh!
Last month, Kenny traveled back to Seattle to give the opening talk in the workshop portion of the Mutational Scanning Symposium 2020. The organizers recorded the talks, and put them on up on a Youtube Channel. Looks like it could be a great resource for individuals wanting to partake in this field. You can find all of the talks here, including Kenny’s talk.
Sarah Roelle joins the lab as an RA2, and will be using her years of experience in the CWRU Department of Biomedical Engineering to help Kenny finish setting up the lab, and work with him to get the first sets of independent research projects moving. Welcome Sarah! We are very happy to have you here!
After a successful move across 3/4 of the country, the lab opens its doors! Time to equip this place up!
Anna and I signed our offer letters to join the Case Western Reserve University Department of Pathology in Cleveland. I’m excited for all of the amazing science I think I’ll be able to accomplish there!