Our group wants to understand the molecular mechanism of signaling proteins and how small molecule ligands and drugs can modulate their activity.


We are focusing on two projects:


  1. -Solution dynamics of protein tyrosine kinases involved in cancer.


  1. -Substrate spectrum of ubiquitin ligases and conjugating enzymes in aging.


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Welcome to Markus Seeliger’s Lab

NEWS:


07/2013

Zack Foda is the recipient of the NIH Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service (NRSA) Predoctoral Fellowship. Congratulations, Zack!


04/2013

Congratulations to our undergrad, Jevon Fragoso, for being awarded the URECA grant for summer research!


02/2013

Congratulations to Zack Foda and Grace Tan for passing their Qualifying Exams to officially rise to PhD candidacy!


09/2012

Congratulations to our very own George Georghiou for winning the van der Kloot Award for Excellence in Research!


07/2012

Let’s take a retrospective look at the renovations leading up to our moving into the new lab.


07/2012

We have moved into our newly renovated lab space! Check out how we celebrated the opening of our lab with the Department. 


06/2012

Our heartiest congratulations to our undergraduate Michael Pulkoski-Gross for graduating cum laude from Stony Brook University! Michael was also recipient of the Sir James Black award and the Dean’s Choice award.