Research Update 1 – Welcome to the Young Lab

This summer I will be completing 7 weeks of research with the Young biochemistry lab on campus at the college of William and Mary. This is my second year doing research in the same lab, and I am excited to continue progress on old projects as well as take on new biochemical challenges. Our lab […]

The Incorporation of Unnatural Amino Acids to Regulate the Chemical Function of Protein Arginine Methyltransferases

Upperclassman Monroe Figure 1

Rebecca Deitch, William and Mary Class of 2020 This summer I will be returning to the Young biochemistry lab on campus at William and Mary to continue my research endeavors. As a returning member of the lab, I bring with me the basic knowledge of most relevant lab procedures and techniques. This gives me an […]

Monroe Project Blog Abstract: The Incorporation of Unnatural Amino Acids to Regulate the Chemical Function of Protein Arginine Methyltransferases

Monroe Figure 1

This summer I will be returning to the Young biochemistry lab on campus at William and Mary to continue my research endeavors. As a returning member of the lab, I bring with me the basic knowledge of most relevant lab procedures and techniques. This gives me an edge during my research period, as I will […]