Former members

Amy Schroeder

Undergraduate, NSF-REU Intern (Truman State U.), ASPB-SURF Scholar, 2006-2009
• NSF Graduate Research Fellow, Privalsky Lab, BMCDB Program, UC-Davis
• Program Manager, Regulatory Affairs, Genentech, South San Francisco, CA

Kim WS, Chronis D, Juergens M, Schroeder AC, Hyun SW, Jez JM, Krishnan HB (2012) Transgenic soybean plants overexpressing O-acetylserine sulfhydrylase accumulate enhanced levels of cysteine and Bowman-Birk protease inhibitor in se

Leia Wachsstock

STARS High School Student Intern, 2007-2009
• Occupational Physical Therapist, St. Louis, MO

Schroeder AC*, Zhu C*, Yanamadala SR*, Cahoon RE, Arkus KAJ, Wachsstock L, Bleeke J, Krishnan HB, Jez JM (2010) Threonine-insensitive homoserine dehydrogenase from soybean: genomic organization, kinetic characterization, and in vi

Kiani Arkus Gardner

Undergraduate, NSF-REU Intern, ACS-PRF SUMR Fellow, 2004-2007
• NIH-NRSA Graduate Fellow, Erickson Lab, Cell Biology Program, Duke University
• Assistant Professor, Guilford Technical Community College

Schroeder AC, Zhu C, Yanamadala SR, Cahoon RE, Arkus KAJ, Wachsstock L, Bleeke J, Krishnan HB, Jez JM (2010) Threonine-insensitive homoserine dehydrogenase from soybean: genomic organization, kinetic characterization, and in vivo

Corey Westfall

Graduate Student- Biochemistry Program, USDA-NIFA Predoctoral Fellow, Olin Biomedical Fellow, 2009-2014
• Keck Postdoctoral Fellow & Arnold O. Beckman Postdoctoral Fellow, Levin Lab, Washington University

Damodarn S, Westfall CS, Kisely BA, Jez JM, Subramanian S (2017) Nodule-enriched Gretchen Hagen 3 enzymes have distinct substrate specificities and are important for proper nodule development.

Jeff Cameron

Rotation Student - Plant Biology Program, 2006
• PhD, Pakrasi Lab; Postdoc, UC-Berkeley, Kerfeld Lab; U WIsconsin-Madison, Pfleger Lab
• Assistant Professor, Renewable & Sustainable Energy Institute, U Colorado - Boulder

Cahoon RE, Lutke WK, Cameron JC, Chen S, Lee SG, Rivard RS, Rea PA, Jez JM (2015) Adaptive engineering of phytochelatin-based heavy metal tolerance.  J Biol Chem 290, 17321-30 

Jeremy Bleeke

STARS High School Student Intern, 2008
• Graduate Student, Cambridge University

Schroeder AC*, Zhu C*, Yanamadala SR*, Cahoon RE, Arkus KAJ, Wachsstock L, Bleeke J, Krishnan HB, Jez JM (2010) Threonine-insensitive homoserine dehydrogenase from soybean: genomic organization, kinetic characterization, and in vi

Sheri Balogun

Undergraduate, MARC-uSTAR Scholar, 2010-2012
• Pharm. D. candidate, University of North Carolina Eshelman School of Pharmacy

He Y, Galant A, Pang Q, Strul JM, Balogun S, Jez JM, Chen S (2011) Structural and functional evolution of isopropylmalate dehydrogenases in the leucine and glucosinolate pathways of Arabidopsis thalianaJ Biol Chem

Rebecca Rivard

Undergraduate, STARS High School Student Intern, 2006-2008
• NSF Graduate Research Fellow, Brown Lab, Cell & Molecular Biology Program, University of Pennsylvania

Cahoon RE, Lutke WK, Cameron JC, Chen S, Lee SG, Rivard RS, Rea PA, Jez JM (2015) Adaptive engineering of phytochelatin-based heavy metal tolerance.  J Biol Chem 290, 17321-30

Jonathan Herrmann

Undergraduate, Summer Scholar in Biology & Biomedical Research, ASPB-SURF Scholar, Amgen Scholar (CalTech), 2010-2014
• NSF Graduate Research Fellow and DOE Graduate Research Fellow, Wakatsuki Lab, Structural Biology Program, Stanford University

Jez JM, Ravilious GE, Herrmann J (2016) Structural biology and regulation of the plant sulfation pathway.  Chem-Biol Interact 259, 31-8

Rebecca Cahoon

Research Associate, 2002-2008
• Staff Scientist, U. Nebraska

Cahoon RE, Lutke WK, Cameron JC, Chen S, Lee SG, Rivard RS, Rea PA, Jez JM (2015) Adaptive engineering of phytochelatin-based heavy metal tolerance.  J Biol Chem 290, 17321-30

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