News Archive

  • July 2018 ~ Dylan Shea, musician and molecular engineer of the Daggett Lab, spurred Elon Musk to state his commitment to supply houses in Flint, Michigan with clean water! More...
  • Congratulations to Natasha Paranjapye who received a Mary Gates Research Scholarship for 2018!
  • Congratulations to Timothy Bi who received a Washington Research Foundation Fellowship for 2017-2018!
  • Congratulations to Cheng-Chieh Hsu (aka Steven) who received a Mary Gates Research Scholarships for 2017!
  • Valerie Daggett was been inducted as a Fellow of the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering, 2017! More...
  • Congratulations to Lauren Martini who received a Mary Gates Research Scholarship for 2018!
  • Congratulations to Nathan Maris who received the Biochemistry Department's Research Excellence Award at the 2016 Graduation Ceremony!
  • Congratulations to Matt Childers who has been been renewed to continue as a predoctoral trainee on the Bioengineering Cardiovascular Training Grant!
  • We are putting the final touches on documentation and licensing paperwork so that we can release our molecular modeling package in lucem molecular mechanics! More...
  • Congratulations to Clare Towse who received the 2015 UW Postdoc Mentor of the Year Award! See the department's article on Clare by pressing here.
  • Congratulations to Alissa Bleem who received a 2015 NSF Graduate Research Fellowship!
  • Our amyloid work is included in an article on Innovative Medicine: Researchers develop advanced treatments through cutting-edge science in the November Issue of the Alaska Airlines Magazine. More...
  • FINALLY, experimental results backing our 2004 hypothesis that alpha-sheet structure is associated with toxicity during amyloidosis has just gone live in eLife! Get the paper here. See the UW announcement here.
  • We have released DIVE, our Data Intensive Visual Analytics software framework for accessing, streaming, interrogating, comparing, and visualizing big data. See our new papers in Bioinformatics and IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications (see Publications page). Get more information about downloading DIVE here.