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Forrest Lab

National Institute of Neurological Disorders & Stroke

Through the years

2019

Forrest Group 2019

From left: Vanessa Leone Alvarez, Paul (Suhwan) Lee, Emily Yaklich, Antoniya Aleksandrova, Lucy Forrest, Loic (Ntumba) Sangwa & Richard Bradshaw

Forrest + Faraldo-Gomez Labs 2019

Joint lab meeting with the Faraldo-Gomez lab. Forrest lab members in bold.
From left: Nathan Bernhardt, Fabrizio Marinelli, Stephen Castellano, Wenchang Zhou, Robyn Styx (hold still, Agnes!), Giacomo Fiorin, Richard Bradshaw, Paul (Suhwan) Lee, Rahul Banerjee, Vanessa Leone Alvarez, José Faraldo-Gómez, Lucy ForrestAntoniya Aleksandrova, Emel Ficici, Eva Hellsberg (Visiting student) & Alejandro Gil Ley

 

2017

Forrest Lab 2017
Tenure celebrations!
From left: Vanessa Leone Alvarez, Antoniya Aleksandrova, Lucy Forrest, Christina Stephens, Edoardo Sarti & Eva Hellsberg

2016


Forrest Lab 2016

From left: Vanessa Leone Alvarez, Raven Shah, Anu Nagarajan, Edoardo Sarti, Antoniya Aleksandrova & Lucy Forrest (Not in picture: Christina Stephens)

2014

Forrest Lab 2014

From Left: Monika Sharma, Anu Nagarajan, Lucy Forrest, Cristina Fenollar Ferrer In Frankfurt: Ahmad Reza Mehdipour (not in picture)

2012

Forrest Lab 2012

From Left: Ahmad Reza Mehdipour, Marcus Stamm, Cristina Fenollar Ferrer, Caroline Koshy, Lucy Forrest, Ali Karimi, Devcharan Sangoju 

2011

Forrest Lab 2011

From Left: Marcus Stamm, Caroline Koshy, Sebastian Radestock, Lucy Forrest, Kamil Khafizov, Cristina Fenollar Ferrer, René Staritzbichler, Thomas Crisman and Ahmad Reza Mehdipour

Lab News

Benchmarking membrane protein symmetry

Congratulations to Dr. Antoniya Aleksandrova for her elegant work creating a benchmark of membrane protein symmetries, just accepted for publication!

Serotonin uptake in gut bacteria?

Recent work with the Hsaio lab shows an intriguing role for serotonin in gut microbe colonization potentially involving transporter-mediated uptake. Congratulations to Dr. Antoniya Aleksandrova & summer student Noah Riley! 

Hitchhiking on lysosomes

Human annexin protein connects lysosomes to RNA granules, with implications for ALS. Congratulations to summer student Matthew and postbac Christina Stephens!

Lucy honored to present the NIH Directors Seminar

Her talk on April 5th titled "Satisfying symmetry: uncovering functional insights from patterns in membrane protein structures" can be viewed here.

 

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