Glavy Lab

Glavy Lab

Mission

The long-range goal of the Glavy Lab is to outline the molecular mechanisms of the mitotic breakdown of the nuclear pore complex (NPC) with a main focus on the effects of cell-cycle-dependent modifications on the regulation of nucleoporins (starting with the Nup107-160 subcomplex) and hence the NPC.

Researchers

Amanda DiGuilio , Ph.D. candidate

Zhi Li, Ph.D. candidate

Yujia Zhai, Ph.D. candidate

 Dr. Yifei Bao, post-Doc

 

 

Master's Students

Christina Sedberry (BS/MS)

 

Erin Duggan (BS/MS)

Undergraduate Researchers

Katherine Janes

Kathleen Nevola

Zabella Simos

 

 

Michelle Castroagudin

 

ECOES reverberations: Pre-College Research Experience

Rita Sokolova

ECOES group with Amanda

Guest researcher, Grace Glavy

 


And now at Stevens.....

 

Michelle Castroagudin
(Glavy Lab)

Kathleen Nevola
(Glavy Lab)

Gabi Green
(Yu Lab)

 

 

  

Alumni

Dr. Tommy White,
our first Ph.D. , now at
Albert Einstein College of Medicine

Brian Dunican ,
pursuing Ph.D. at Yale

former post-doc, Dr. Simarna Kaur ,
Johnson & Johnson

Na-Young Kim,
Cornell (M.S.) at Salk

Yizhou Zhu,
pursuing Ph. D. at Einstein

Sarah Lehman,
pursuing Ph. D. at U. of Arizona

Monique Anthony (M.S.)

Patricia Rodriguez (M.S.)

Chad Campion,
pursuing M.D. at UMDNJ

Sue Boddu,
at NYU medical school

Rama Penta (M.S.),
Merck, NJ

Matthew Preedy
 

 
 Dr. Eun-Hee Kang,
Lecturer, CCB