Chrissy Stachl

Ribosomes: A vision of the future utilizing antibiotic-ribosome relationships

Alexis Vanzandt (left) and Kaitlyn Szalay (right) are undergraduate students who participated in the C-GEM summer research program. Their project focused on analyzing and integrating antibiotic-ribosome mutation data to aid in the accessibility of ribosome information and propel future studies. During the Center for Genetically… Read More »Ribosomes: A vision of the future utilizing antibiotic-ribosome relationships

The journey to creating unnatural polymers using the ribosome

Margaret Adenusi (left) and Alyssa Virola-Iarussi (right) are undergraduate students in the 2021 C-GEM summer research program, who are analyzing acylation data to identify structure-activity relationships that will enable efficient flexizyme-mediated tRNA misacylation with backbone-altered monomers. Presume a world where pharmaceutical drugs do not expire,… Read More »The journey to creating unnatural polymers using the ribosome