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Revision as of 15:59, 31 July 2009

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-Solaire joined the Payne Lab as a summer REU student.

-Kevin and Mindi gradutate! Mindi has completed her Masters and is looking forward to becoming a high school teacher. Kevin earned his B.S. in Chemistry and is looking to continue his education in a MD/PhD program.

Kevin and Mindi enjoy the celebration.


-Kevin was awarded Best Oral Presentation in the College of Sciences at the 2009 Undergraduate Research Spring Symposium!

Kevin and Georgia Tech President Bud Peterson.


-Amy and Chip will be presenting posters at the Biophysical Society Meeting in Boston, MA March 1. The session is Imaging and Optical Microscopy I, and will be held in Hall A from 1:45-3:45. Amy's poster is number B50 and is titled Non-Invasive Pyrenebutyrate-mediated Delivery of Quantum Dots to the Cytosol of Living Cells. Chip's poster is number B57 and is titled Probing the Intracellular Degradation of Low Density Lipoprotein Using Single Particle Tracking Fluorescence Microscopy.


-Amy's paper "Pyrenebutyrate-Mediated Delivery of Quantum Dots across the Plasma Membrane of Living Cells" was published in the 113th volume of The Journal of Physical Chemistry B.

-Ashlee was awarded a Center for Integrated Nanotechnologies award to work on "Delivery of nanomaterials across the blood-brain barrier: Three-dimensional tracking of transcytosis" at Los Alamos National Laboratory.



-Aaron and Emily joined the Payne Lab

-Kevin won a PURA fellowship!


-Kevin joined the Payne Lab


-Dr. Ashlee St John joined the Payne Lab as our first Post-Doc

-Mindi was named a Georgia Tech Molecular Biophysics Trainee for 2008-2009


-Jenna joined the lab as an REU student for the summer, Nicole heads off to the University of California at Berkeley for graduate school, the Payne lab went to dinner to welcome Jesse and Jenna and to say 'goodbye' to Nicole.

-Nicole graduated with a B.S in Biology and a B.S. in Biochemistry with highest honors.

-Amy was awarded a Center for Drug Design, Development and Delivery GAANN fellowship for the 2008-2009 academic year.


-Nicole was awarded the Williams-Walls Award. This is an award given to a graduating woman in the life sciences at Georgia Tech with an outstanding academic record and who has plans to continue her education at the graduate level.

-Payne Lab research was highlight in Drug Discovery and Design Magazine[1]


-Nicole was named the College of Sciences Top Undergraduate Researcher!

-Jesse won a PURA fellowship!

-Christine traveled to Tunisia for the 1st North Africa-USA Regional Workshop on Nanostructured Materials and Nanotechnology.[2]


-Jesse joined the Payne Lab

-Christine traveled to the 52nd Annual Biophysical Society Meeting in Long Beach, California.[3]


-Christine was awarded an ACS PROGRESS/Dreyfus Lectureship.



-Mindi and Amy joined the Payne Lab


-Christine won a NIH Research Scholar Development Award.

-Chip was named a Georgia Tech Molecular Biophysics Trainee for 2007-2008.


-Nicole won PURA and Merck fellowships.

-Payne Lab complete.

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