The long-term goal of our research program is to understand molecular mechanisms of signal transduction in normal and pathophysiologic contexts. (read more)
Welcome postdoc, Yuang Wu, who joins us from the University of Cologne!
Congrats, Drew! His aGPCR preprint is now online. Special thanks to members of the Blacklow and Kruse labs for their support. Click here to check out the preprint.
Congrats to Lena on her new collaboration with Gustavo Scanavachi of the Kirchhausen lab. Unprecedented real time imaging of Notch signaling in living cells! Check out the preprint here.
Congrats to Alex on his Notch paper published in Science Signaling! Special thanks to our fantastic team - Emily, Lena, Drew, Julia and collaborators. Click here to read the paper.
Congrats to Colin on his ADAM10 paper published in Cell with a special thanks to Emily and Khal! You can read it here.
A warm welcome to Annie Yang, our new research assistant!
Check out Dan’s paper now published in Nature Communications: https://rdcu.be/da1hJ!
A warm welcome to postdoc, Hyeong Jin Kim, who joins us from the University of Alberta!
Welcome Kyla Pelham, our new research intern, who joins us from Northeastern University!
Congrats to Katherine Susa! Katherine is now a UCSF Sandler Fellow. We miss you!
A warm welcome to Owen Price, our newest postdoc!
Steve is now the newest Board of Directors member at the IPI (Institute for Protein Innovation)! Read more about him here: https://tinyurl.com/mwweheur
Blacklow Lab is recruiting! We are looking for enthusiastic research fellows interested in joining our collaborative and interdisciplinary team investigating molecular mechanisms of signal transduction at the structural and cellular level. Please email Dr. Blacklow directly.
Congrats to Katherine Susa for defending her thesis!
Good bye to Colin Lipper, who has moved around the corner to H3 Biomedicine in Cambridge.
Congratulations to postdoc Julia Rogers on her NIH MOSAIC K99/R00 award from NIGMS!
January 2022: Welcome Maggie Burruss and Hannah Paquette - our two new research interns! Maggie comes to us from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and Hannah from Emmanuel College.