The Lin Lab Departments of Pediatrics and Bioengineering

Michael Lin, MD, PhD

Michael Z. Lin, MD, PhD
Principal Investigator

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LABORATORY OF SIGNALING DYNAMICS

Research: The Lin Lab applies biochemical knowledge and engineering principles to the development of protein-based tools for molecular imaging, optogenetic studies, and gene therapy. Topics of investigation include fluorescent protein structure and biophysics, fluorescent protein-based biosensors, spatiotemporal analysis of protein translation pathways, chemical control of protein translation, and light-responsive proteins.

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News: Michael Lin was selected as one of 12 recipients of this year's NIH Pioneer Award, a $2.5 million award for high-risk high-impact research (October 2013).

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OPPORTUNITIES

An opening is available for a postdoctoral scholar to investigate regulation of protein synthesis and trafficking in synaptic plasticity. Advanced graduate students with a background in cellular and molecular neurobiology are welcome to apply.

Graduate students interested in the topics of protein engineering, spatiotemporal control of signaling networks, and optogenetic control elements are welcome to inquire.

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