The Kamat Lab attended the 2022 BMES Annual Meeting from October 12-15 in San Antonio, Texas!
The following students presented their work:
Taylor Gunnels (platform) – “Elucidating Design Principles for Engineering Cell-Derived Vesicles to Inhibit SARS-CoV-2 Infection”
Vivian Hu (platform) – “Assembly of Therapeutic Nanoparticles Using Cell-Free Integration of Viral Membrane Proteins”
Mary Kelly (platform) – “Characterizing Stimuli-Responsive Nanocomposite Hydrogels for use in Programmable Materials”
Justin Peruzzi (platform)- “Engineering transmembrane signal transduction in synthetic vesicles using two-component systems”
Citlayi Villaseñor (poster) – “Cell-Free Expressed SapABCDF Transporter Folding and Function in Unsaturated Lipid Bilayers”
Tim Vu (poster) – “Rapid Generation of Protein-Conjugated Liposomes using Cell-Free Protein Synthesis”
Lucas Sant’Anna (poster) – “Engineering Enhanced Liposomal Sensing with Bacterial Two-Component Systems”
Nina Galvez (poster) – “Phase Separation Influences Ligand-Receptor Interactions on Lipid Vesicles”
Great job everyone!