Dr. Haynes receives SBHSE Outstanding Assistant Professor Award 2016-2017

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Dr. Haynes received an award for SBHSE Outstanding Assistant Professor 2016-2017. Awardees are evaluated based on yearly performance and selected by the Director of the School of Biological and Health Systems Engineering.

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Haynes Lab to present research at ASBMB Meeting in Chicago

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Research abstracts from the Haynes lab have been selected to be showcased at the 2017 American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (ASBMB) annual meeting. ASBMB is a nonprofit scientific and educational organization with over 12,000 members. This year’s meeting will be held at McCormick Place, Chicago, IL April 22 – 26, 2017. Dr. Karmella Haynes will be presenting a talk entitled In Vitro Development of Synthetic Chromatin Proteins That Function in Live Cells on Tuesday April 25 during the Spotlight Session Beyond the Code: Chemistry of Nucleotide and Amino Acid Modifications. For the poster session Protein Engineering and Design, also on April 25th, her doctoral student Stefan Tekel (Biological Design, PhD) will present a poster entitled Using Multivalency to Improve the Function of Synthetic Epigenetic Proteins. Dr. Haynes will also be presenting a poster.

Support: NIH NCI award (K01 CA188164) to K. Haynes, SBHSE Merit Award to S. Tekel

Undergrads – Lab experience: two weeks to one semester

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This opportunity is currently [CLOSED]

If you are an undergraduate who is enrolled at ASU and would like to get exposure to lab research-in-action, apply for a position as an Undergraduate Mentee (UGM). Accepted applicants will be partnered with a knowledgeable lab member (mentor) and will shadow their mentor’s research at the bench. UGM’s who are highly engaged may be invited to help analyze data or even set up and run experiments in molecular cloning, cell culture, gene editing, protein engineering, PCR, etc. depending upon the mentor’s current project. UGM’s may participate for as little as two consecutive weeks or as long as one full semester. Read the rest of this entry »

Masters – Masters Thesis Fellows Fall 2017

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The Haynes Lab at ASU is seeking Masters Thesis Fellows in the area of synthetic and systems biology for mammalian epigenetic engineering. Masters level training in the Haynes Lab will help you to develop expertise in skills that are highly attractive to the biomedical engineering and biotechnology industry: molecular cloning and DNA design; cancer molecular biology; mammalian cell culture, engineering, and analysis; protein engineering; CRISPR/Cas9 applications; and/or bioinformatics. Read the rest of this entry »

Dr. Haynes to Present at Lawrence University’s Recent Advances in Biology

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Dr. Haynes was invited to present her research in the seminar series Recent Advances in Biology hosted by the Biology Department at Lawrence University in Appleton, Wisconsin. The organizers of Recent Advances in Biology invite select speakers from other Universities to addresses issues and advances in biological research. The presentations expose students to the latest discoveries in a wide range of biological disciplines. Dr. Haynes will present a talk on engineering proteins to control gene expression in cancer cells on Monday, April 10.

Postdoc – Postdoctoral Research Fellow 2017 Search

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The Haynes Lab at ASU is seeking applicants for a Postdoctoral Researcher position in the area of synthetic and systems biology for mammalian epigenetic engineering. Required qualifications include a doctorate (PhD) in molecular cell biology,  bioengineering, biomedical engineering or a related field, and demonstrated evidence of research capability and commitment to mentoring excellence. Start date: August 2017 – January 2018. Please send a cover letter and cv to karmella.haynes@asu.edu.

Haynes Lab members to present research at Northwestern University

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Haynes lab PhD students Cassandra Barrett, Rene Daer, and Daniel Vargas will present their research during a poster session at Northwestern University, Evanston, IL for a retreat organized by the Engineering Biology Research Consortium (EBRC). The retreat will take place Friday March 24 – Saturday March 25.

EBRC is an organization where leading scientists in synthetic biology conduct collaborative research and roadmap the development of this rapidly evolving field. Members include top Universities from across the USA. Dr. Haynes is a member of the Board of Directors. Rene Daer is president of the student and postdoc association.