September 6, 2023
Dr. Chang was awarded a five-year, $2.1 million NIH grant to analyze proteins in metabolic pathways to determine which targets and structural properties are most susceptible to oxidative damage.
in silico design of Lactocaseibacillus rhamnosus GG for prophylactic metabolite production in a microbial consortium
July 26, 2023, Gracelyn Richmond
Grace presents her research poster at the inaugural Gordon Research Conference for Lactic Acid Bacteria Biology, Symbioses and Applications.
May 4, 2023, Stephanie DeMarco
"Tardigrades survive heat, freezing, and even space radiation. Now, researchers translate lessons learned from these creatures into more stable drug formulations and new health insights." (Roger Chang is interviewed)
July 13, 2022, Douglas Fox
The potential of learning from tardigrades in how to prepare humans and crops for space travel is discussed, citing our recent paper.
March 25, 2022, Derek Lowe
In the Pipeline's Derek Lowe discusses our recent recent paper establishing the protective properties of IDPs from extremotolerant organisms in human cells.
March 24, 2022
Congratulations to Nora!
Making sense of disorder: Investigating intrinscially disordered proteins in the tardigrade proteome via a computational approach
March 22, 2022, Nora Lowe
Nora Lowe presents her poster at The Royal Society Anhydrobiosis meeting.