Our latest paper on enzymes that can "untie" lasso peptides has been accepted at JACS. Check it out here.
After completing his third rotation in the Link Lab, molecular biology grad student Joseph Koos has joined the group. Welcome Joe!
Edwin, Eugenia, Hannah, Jen, and Santiago graduated and are off to bigger and better things. Congrats to all!
Mikhail has been awarded a Dodds Fellowship, one of Princeton's honorific fellowships. Congrats Mikhail!
Jamie has been promoted to Associate Professor effective July 1.
Jamie is named a 2013 Sloan Research Fellow in Chemistry!
New grad students Jack Lu and Frank Piscotta from Chemical and Biological Engineering and Chuhan Zong from Chemistry have joined the Link Lab. Welcome!
Our paper on lasso peptide discovery has been accepted at PNAS! Congrats to Mikhail, and click below to read the paper.
Students from last year's Project SEED cohort are featured in a video on the ACS website. Much of this video was shot in the Link Lab! Check out the video at the link below and click on the outreach tab to learn more about Project SEED at Princeton.
Our review article on lasso peptides has been accepted at Natural Product Reports. Click below to read the paper.
Today's graduation ceremony had six Link Lab members getting their degrees. Diya, Jessica, and Siyan received their PhDs while John, Mehek, and Michelle received their BSEs.
Diya and Jessica both defended their PhD theses this week. Congratulations, Dr. Abdeljabbar and Dr. Pan!
Siyan successfully defended her thesis. Congratulations, Dr. Zhang! Siyan will be joining Merck and Co. in August.
Our paper on lasso peptide leader peptides is accepted at ChemComm. Congrats to Jakub, Jessica, and Mikhail!
Jessica, Jakub, and Wai Ling's paper is accepted at ChemBioChem.
Siyan and Angel's paper on BH3 peptide affinity maturation was accepted at ACS Synthetic Biology. Congrats!
Diya's paper on fungal cellulase expression in E. coli was accepted at Biotechnology Letters.
Jamie is named a DuPont Young Professor. We are grateful to DuPont for their support of our research.
Siyan's paper on Bcl-2 family interactions was accepted at Integrative Biology!
Seniors Angel Long and Jakub Rajniak graduated. Angel will be heading to med school at Duke in the fall while Jakub will be purusing a PhD in Chemical Engineering at Stanford. Jakub was recognized at Class Day with the Hayes-Palmer Prize for overall academic excellence. You will both be missed, so please stay in touch!
Our paper on azidonorleucine was accepted at ChemBioChem. Congrats, Diya and TJ!
Siyan's paper on PCR nanobeads is accepted at Nano Letters! Congratulations, Siyan!
Jessica's paper on microcin J25 engineering is accepted at JACS! Here is a link to the paper.
Mikhail passed his first proposition exam. Congrats, Mikhail!
First year grad student Alan Futran joins the group. Alan will be co-advised by Prof. Shvartsman. Welcome, Alan!.
Siyan's paper on nanoparticles was accepted at Polymer Chemistry.
Our collaborative paper with Profs. Panagiotopoulos and Debenedetti was accepted at Biophysical Journal. Congrats to Andy, Siyan, and Igor!
Jayne, Wai Ling, and Molly graduated. Congrats and please stay in touch in the future!
Wai Ling receives two awards for her senior thesis work on lasso peptides: the departmental Merck & Co. award and the SEAS-wide MacCracken Prize. Congrats, Wai Ling!
Current Link lab members and alumni gathered during reunions for the first annual Link Lab barbeque. It was a lot of fun to see everyone again!
Jamie receives the E. Lawrence Keyes, Jr/Emerson Electric Co. Faculty Advancement Award in Engineering
Prof. Link is awarded an NSF CAREER grant.
Wai Ling and Jessica have their work on the microcin J25 leader peptide published in JACS.
Mikhail Maksimov joins the Link Lab. Welcome, Mikhail!
Jessica and Wai Ling’s paper on engineering the production of microcin J25 is accepted at Protein Expression and Purification.
Diya, TJ, and Siyan’s paper on the incorporation of azidonorleucine into proteins in E. coli strains carrying a single genomic copy of an engineered MetRS is published at JACS. Congrats!