Of related interest: the Brandeis Graduate School of Arts and Sciences published an news article on the Biochemistry and Biophysics Ph.D. Program featuring recent Gelles Lab alumna Karina Herlambang.
Category Archives: Lab members
Congrats to Dr. Herlambang!
Warmest congratulations to Karina Herlambang, who just defended her dissertation! Karina is moving on with her Ph.D. to work as a scientist at Intellia Therapeutics.
Congratulations to Debora!
Congratulations to Dr. Deborah Tenenbaum, shown here with her two Ph.D. mentors Jeff Gelles (smiling under the mask) and Jane Kondev. Debi just successfully defended her combined theory and experiment Physics Ph.D. thesis. She will be starting a new position as a postdoc with Justin Kinney at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory.
Prof. Shashank Shekhar
Congratulations to Dr. Shashank Shekhar, who has established his independent research lab in the Department of Physics at Emory University, where he will continue studying the biophysics and biochemistry of the actin cytoskeleton. We have been pleased to have Shashank at Brandeis over the past few years as a cross-departmental postdoc in the labs of Bruce Goode (Biology), Jeff Gelles (Biochemistry), and Jane Kondev (Physics).
Jeff elected to AAA&S
Grace Rosen, Ph.D.
Congratulations to Grace Rosen on completing her Ph.D. defense! Grace will be working post-graduation as a scientist at the Boston VA Medical Center.
Mathew Chamberlain, Ph.D.
Physics Ph.D. student Mat Chamberlain completed his dissertation defense. Congratulations Mat!
Sarah Stumper, Ph.D.
Sarah Stumper just defended her Ph.D. dissertation in Biochemistry and Biophysics. Congratulations, Dr. Stumper!
Timothy Harden, Ph.D.
Congratulations! to Tim Harden, who successfully defended his Ph.D. dissertation in Physics with an additional specialization in Quantitative Biology. Tim was jointly advised by Jeff Gelles and Jane Kondev. He is now a Postdoctoral Fellow in Angela DePace’s lab at Harvard Medical School.
New lab member: Ziwei Wang
We are delighted to have Biochemistry and Biophysics student Ziwei Wang as the newest member of the Gelles Lab. Welcome, Ziwei!