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'''Partha Banerjee,''' ''Graduate Student,'' 2007-Present<br>
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'''Partha Banerjee,''' 2007-Present<br>
:Partha is a 2nd year graduate student at the Department of Chemistry, PhD program. His research includes metabolic labeling of viral proteins with unnatural amino acids and sugars and their subsequent modification by bioorthogonal chemistry to generate efficient viral vectors.
:Partha is a 2nd year graduate student at the Department of Chemistry, PhD program. His research includes metabolic labeling of viral proteins with unnatural amino acids and sugars and their subsequent modification by bioorthogonal chemistry to generate efficient viral vectors.
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'''Yanjie Chu,''' ''Graduate Student,'' 2008-Present
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'''Yanjie Chu,''' 2008-Present
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'''Yoonhyeun Oum,''' ''Graduate Student,'' 2008-Present<br>
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'''Yoonhyeun Oum,''' 2008-Present<br>
:Yoon has been a member of the Carrico group since 2008 spring as a graduate student. He received M.S. in Chemistry from KAIST (Korea Advanced Institute of Science & Technology) in 1995 and worked for LG chem & Life Sciences as a researcher and manager until 2007. He is working on the project of remodeling adenoviral surface to overcome limitations of gene therapy vectors.
:Yoon has been a member of the Carrico group since 2008 spring as a graduate student. He received M.S. in Chemistry from KAIST (Korea Advanced Institute of Science & Technology) in 1995 and worked for LG chem & Life Sciences as a researcher and manager until 2007. He is working on the project of remodeling adenoviral surface to overcome limitations of gene therapy vectors.
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'''Lakshmi Rajaram,''' ''Graduate Student,'' 2007-Present<br>
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'''Lakshmi Rajaram,''' 2007-Present<br>
:Lakshmi is a second year student in the Chemistry Phd program. Her research involves the study of O-linked glycosylation or O-GlcNAcylation of nuclear and cytosolic proteins using metabolic labeling with unnatural sugars followed by analysis with proteomics techniques. This has applications in the discovery of biomarkers for diseases like cancer, diabetes and Alzheimer's disease.
:Lakshmi is a second year student in the Chemistry Phd program. Her research involves the study of O-linked glycosylation or O-GlcNAcylation of nuclear and cytosolic proteins using metabolic labeling with unnatural sugars followed by analysis with proteomics techniques. This has applications in the discovery of biomarkers for diseases like cancer, diabetes and Alzheimer's disease.
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'''Emily Carbone,''' Summer 2009
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'''Carlos Sanchez,''' Summer 2009
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Revision as of 20:09, 15 July 2009


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Latest Carrico group photo 2008Left to Right: Partha, Marian, Lakshmi, Jennifer, Isaac, Yanjie, Juah, Richie, Yoon
Latest Carrico group photo 2008
Left to Right: Partha, Marian, Lakshmi, Jennifer, Isaac, Yanjie, Juah, Richie, Yoon

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Principal Investigator

Isaac Carrico

Isaac received his B.S. in chemistry from UC Santa Barbara in 1997 and his Ph.D. in Chemistry from Caltech in 2004. He then went to UC Berkeley where he worked with Carolyn Bertozzi as a NIH Postdoctoral Fellow. In 2006 he started his labs in the Department of Chemistry at Stony Brook University.

Current Lab Members

Graduate Students

Partha Banerjee, 2007-Present

Partha is a 2nd year graduate student at the Department of Chemistry, PhD program. His research includes metabolic labeling of viral proteins with unnatural amino acids and sugars and their subsequent modification by bioorthogonal chemistry to generate efficient viral vectors.

Yanjie Chu, 2008-Present

Yoonhyeun Oum, 2008-Present

Yoon has been a member of the Carrico group since 2008 spring as a graduate student. He received M.S. in Chemistry from KAIST (Korea Advanced Institute of Science & Technology) in 1995 and worked for LG chem & Life Sciences as a researcher and manager until 2007. He is working on the project of remodeling adenoviral surface to overcome limitations of gene therapy vectors.

Lakshmi Rajaram, 2007-Present

Lakshmi is a second year student in the Chemistry Phd program. Her research involves the study of O-linked glycosylation or O-GlcNAcylation of nuclear and cytosolic proteins using metabolic labeling with unnatural sugars followed by analysis with proteomics techniques. This has applications in the discovery of biomarkers for diseases like cancer, diabetes and Alzheimer's disease.

High School Students

Emily Carbone, Summer 2009

Carlos Sanchez, Summer 2009

Former Lab Members

Juah Chung, Postbaccalaureate Graduate Student, 2007-2009

Richard DelleBovi, Undergraduate Student, Summer 2008

Marian Fernando, M.S. Graduate Student, 2007-2008

Cindy Leiton, Graduate Student, 2008

Jennifer Lillie, Undergraduate Student, Summer 2008

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