Henry Rutgers Honors Thesis Presentations
The Henry Rutgers Scholars Program is both a respected and rewarding undergraduate experience at Rutgers University. The following students from the CABM Structural Bioinformatics Laboratory have participated in the program:
Mr. Mark Olysk
"New Computational Methods for Homology Modeling of Proteins."
Ms. Haicheng Li
"Holology Modeling Using Constrained Molecular Dynamics: Application in Predicting the Three Dimensional Structure on Murine Homeobox Domain MSX-1”
Ms. Staci Michelle Lieberman
"NMR Solution Structure Determination of the Murine Homeodomain MSX-1"
Mr. Shabbar Danish
"Biophysical Studies of CspA, the Major Cold Shock Protein Of E. coli"
Ms. Lisa Seufert
"Expression and Purification of 15N-enriched Alzheimer's Amyloid β-Protein Precursor Kunitz Inhibitor Domain (APP-KI)."
Ms. Alexandra Gardino
"Clusters of Orthologous Groups: Applications in Bioinformatics, Structural Biology, and Structure-Based Functional Genomics." (html)
Ms. Reza Akhtar
"High Throughput Homology Modeling for Structural Genomics." (word, pdf)
Mr. Ram Mani
"Structural Genomics of Conserved Gene Families." (word, pdf)
Mr. Gurmukh Sahota
"Solution NMR structure of the BRCT domain of Thermus thermophilus DNA ligase."
Mr. Marvin Bayro
"AutoProc: Automated processing of protein NMR data through a generalized experimental model in a relational database approach."
Mr. Nadeem Riaz
"Automated analysis of peak patterns in multidimensional nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy."
Ms. Zeba Wunderlich
"HOMA, Homology Modeling Automatically, and ZebaView: Two bioinformatics applications for structural genomics."
Ms. Tatiana Borissova
"Protein Stability Measurements Using Hydrogen/Deuterium Exchange, Mass Spectrometry, and NMR Spectroscopy." (pdf)
Ms. Kate Drahos
“Protein expression and folding optimization for high-throughput proteomics” (html, ppt)
Ms. Pavithra Shivakumar
" AutoQF Software for Validation of Protein NMR Structures."
"Media and Construct Optimization of NS1 and ISG15 Proteins for Structural and Functional Biological Studies" (restricted access for doc, ppt)
Henry Rutgers Scholars Program web site: http://hrthesis.rutgers.edu/