Summer happenings in the Mattoo Lab
Dr. Seema Mattoo invited to give seminars at the Gordon Research Conference, the National Institutes of Health, and at the Salk Institute on her work on Fic proteins.
Dr. Seema Mattoo presented her lab's work on the role of Fic proteins in regulating signal transduction events in eukaryotes and prokaryotes as invited seminars at two recent meetings – 1) the Gordon Research Conference on Microbial Toxins and Pathogenicity at Waterville Valley, NH and 2) the 19th Post-Translational Regulation of Cell Signaling meeting at the Salk Institute, La Jolla, CA. In addition, Dr. Mattoo presented a seminar hosted by NICHD at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, MD.
Dr. Seema Mattoo and student, Anwesha Sanyal, win Poster Award at GRC.
Dr. Seema Mattoo and her student, Ms. Anwesha Sanyal, presented posters at two additional meetings – 1) the Gordon Research Conference on Protein Secretion, Processing and Trafficking in New London, NH and 2) the FASEB meeting on Protein Folding in the Cell in Saxton River, VT, where research in the Mattoo lab on the regulation of the mammalian unfolded protein response by the human Fic protein, HYPE, received a Poster Award.
Dr. Seema Mattoo joins the board of Reviewing Editors for Frontiers in Cellular and Infection Microbiology.