Congratulations!!! to Miriam Escarlet Diaz Galicia for defending her Master's thesis

Escarlet successfully defended her master's thesis on May 8, 2018 - for both directed research and thesis project, entitled "Engineering of kinase-based protein interacting devices: active expression of tyrosine kinase domains".
And her research focused on
Application of kinase domains for the creation of a synthetic sensor device that reads low concentration protein-protein interactions and amplifies them to a higher concentration interaction which is then translated into a FRET signal.

She will be continuing with us for her Ph.D. Congratulations!