(all supported by a fantastic group of BYU undergraduate students - see picture)
Current graduate students
- Robert Coffman, Ph.D. Neuroscience (2017-present)
Past Graduate Students
- Alex DaBell, MS PDBio BYU, (2011-2014) Extent of Cysteine Modification of SNAP-25 In Vitro
- Nozomi Ogawa, MS Neuroscience (2010-2012) Resolving disulfide bond patterns in SNAP25B cysteine-rich region using LC mass spectrometry.
- Derek Martinez, MS (2005-2007) Palmitoylation and oxidation of the cysteine rich region of SNAP-25 and their effects on protein interactions.
- J. Craig Moffat, MS (2004-2006) Properties of conductance and inhibition of proton channels: M2 from influenza A virus and F0 from escherichia coli ATP synthase.
- Mike Franklin, Ph.D. (1999-2003) Calculation, comparison and modeling of single channel proton flux across reconstituted wildtype and mutant Fo of the F1Fo ATPase from Escherichia coli
- Katherine Rognlien, MS (1997-2001) Syntaxin domains necessary for fusion of both modified synaptic vesicles and synaptobrevin-doped vesicles with planar lipid membranes
- Rodrigo O. Reis, MS (1998-2001).
- Jing Yang (Nancy) Cao, MD, Ph.D. (1995-2000) Characterization of reconstituted wildtype and mutant F0 of the F1F0 ATPase from Escherichia coli
- John J. Pomann III, MS (1996-1997) Design for a flexible neurophysiological data acquisition system specifically configured for monitoring skull-base surgery in an animal model
- Stephen Alix, MS (1994-1996) Liposomal encapsulation of Doxorubicin in the treatment of cancer
- Marie Kelly, Ph.D. (1992-1997) Ion channels from cholinergic synaptic vesicle membranes reconstituted into bilayers
- Jared Pikus (2005)
- Matthew Lassen (2004-2005)
- Marie Kelly-Worden, Ph.D. (2000-2001)
- Aparajita Ghosh, Ph.D. (1998-1999)
- Sue Kanchana, Ph.D. (1995-1996)
Past/Present Research Collaborators