Nicole Lynn is a Ph.D. candidate at UCLA and a volunteer writer for ASBMB Today.
Articles by Nicole Lynn
Microbes and minerals
Oct. 18, 2022
Carbon mineralization reduces CO2 and microbial biodiversity — as these projects ramp up, does subterranean ecology matter?
Conference inspires a shift in undergrad’s career goals
Oct. 5, 2022
Anna Crysler, a recent Albion College graduate, won an ASBMB award for work that continued from her poster presentation at EB 2021.
In memoriam: Michael Stitelman
May 9, 2022
A member of the Yale Medical School clinical faculty and a practicing psychiatrist, he offered an annual class focused on academic research called “Science — a reading group.”
Pivoting to transform a pandemic classroom
April 20, 2022
Shana Stoddard’s passion for research is personal, and her mentoring focus is constant.
Deciphering antiviral mechanisms during a pandemic
March 17, 2022
Calvin Gordon, a JBC Herbert Tabor Early Career Investigator Award winner, will present his research at the ASBMB annual meeting.
Improving disease detection for personalized vaccines
Feb. 8, 2022
Susan Klaeger, a researcher at the Broad Institute, will speak at the ASBMB annual meeting’s Molecular & Cellular Proteomics session.
Telomerase studies led Collins to discoveries in genetic elements
Dec. 21, 2021
Kathleen Collins has won the ASBMB’s Earl and Thressa Stadtman Distinguished Scientist Award for outstanding achievement in basic research in the fields encompassed by the ASBMB.
Breastfeeding Awareness Month 2021
Aug. 9, 2021
August is National Breastfeeding Awareness month. Here we highlight research related to breast milk that has been published recently in ASBMB journals.
Starved to death: Can dietary methionine combat cancer?
July 27, 2021
Scientists draw a connection between this essential amino acid and cancer lipid metabolism.
April 27, 2021
X-ray crystallography captures the choreography within a host immune-evading enzyme from Staphylococcus aureus.
From the journals: MCP
March 30, 2021
Finding new phosphorylation targets in bacteria. Identifying early markers of kidney damage. Linking protein turnover with longevity and energy. Read about recent articles on these topics published in the journal Molecular & Cellular Proteomics.
ASBMB Annual Meeting
I smell a winner: Linking plant olfactory stimuli to genetic regulation
March 15, 2021
As a JBC Herbert Tabor Early Career Investigator Award recipient, Ayumi Nagashima–Kasahara will present her work at the 2021 ASBMB Annual Meeting.
Meet Ahna Skop
Feb. 12, 2021
She uses art, food and common ground to promote a love of science in kids and adults.
How a virus can affect memory: The role of HIV in HAND
Dec. 22, 2020
Across disciplines and continents, scientists work to demystify the role of an HIV-secreted protein in neurodegeneration.
World Pneumonia Day 2020
Nov. 12, 2020
Pneumonia is incredibly common. In 2019 alone, 2.5 million lives worldwide were lost to this infectious disease, over half of which were children.
Decoding a protein’s role in connective tissue disorders
Aug. 18, 2020
For research recently published in the Journal of Biological Chemistry, three labs teamed up to uncover the mechanisms that contribute to Ehlers–Danlos syndrome.
National Women's Health Week
May 10, 2020
In celebration of women and the many contributions they make every day globally, let’s take some time to engage in understanding and prioritizing their health.