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:


05/2014

May has been a great month!


Congratulations to our undergrads Jevon Fragoso and Igor Bundalevski on graduating from Stony Brook University! Jevon is also the recipient of the Sir James Black award.


Also, warmest congratulations to Theresa (Chia-Yu) Kung for being a recipient of the URECA grant for summer research.


Grace Tan was awarded the Mary Landon Sague Fellowship for graduate study.


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.