Dustin J. Maly
Ph.D. University of California, Berkeley
B.S. University of Wisconsin, Madison
maly at chem.washington.edu, 206-543-1653

Camile Dreyfus Teacher-Scholar Award (2012)
Alfred P. Sloan Fellowship (2011)
LSRF Postdoctoral Fellowship (Pfizer Fellow) (2003-2006)


Samwise Leonard
Ph.D. University of Michigan
B.S. Indiana Wesleyan University
sleonarz at uw.edu

I'm using chemical genetic methods to study Src-family kinases.

NIH Postdoctoral fellow (2013-2016)

Martin Golkowski
Ph.D. University of Tuebingen
Dipl. University of Tuebingen
golkom at uw.edu

I am a joint postdoc with Shao-en Ong working on kinase proteomics.

V. Rama Subba Rao
Ph.D. IICT, Hyderabad
M.Sc. JNT University, Hyderabad
ramsiict at gmail.com

I develop inhibitors for calcium dependent protein kinase (CDPK).

Graduate Students:

Matthew Chang
B.S. University of Portland
changm3 at u.washington.edu

I am developing bivalent kinase inhibitors.

Daniel Cunningham-Bryant
B.S. University of California, Santa Cruz
dancb at u.washington.edu

I work on expanding the scope of small molecule-controlled protein switches.

Carrie Gower
B.S. Colorado State University
gowerc at u.washington.edu

I am using proteomic methods to examine bivalent inhibitor selectivity.

Arinjay Mitra
B.S. St. Stephen's College, Delhi
akmitra at u.washington.edu

I develop inhibitors for the RNase/kinase IRE1.

Ames Register
B.S. University of California, Berkeley
acreg at u.washington.edu

I study how small molecule inhibitors affect the global conformations of Src-family kinases. In my spare time, I enjoy running, swimming, listening to live music, and reading depressing literature.

NIH T32 Training Grant (2012-2014)

Jack Rose
MPhil Cambridge University
B.S. Stanford University
jackrose at u.washington.edu

I'm developing a small molecule controllable construct of SOS, a guanine exchange factor (GEF) which activates RAS. I'm particularly interested systems and network biology, and I hope to borrow from these disciplines in analyzing how our chemical biology tools mess up cells.

Outside of lab, I enjoy being a huge alcohol nerd, running, and all obligatory Seattle outdoor activities. I'm an MD/PhD trainee, so I've also been known to do mediciney stuff.

Bridget Trevillian
B.S. Xavier University
btrev at u.washington.edu
I am working on next-generation small molecule-controlled protein switches.

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