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Defining Novel GRE Binding Motifs in Genes Related to the Wnt Signaling Pathway
The glucocorticoid receptor (GR) is a nuclear hormone receptor known to directly and indirectly modulate a wide array of downstream signaling pathways in response to ligand binding. Given its near ubiquitous presence and ...
Retention of the Nix/BNIP3 Mitophagic Complex Within ER and Autophagosomes
Mitophagy involves specific degradation of mitochondria and is vital to cellular health. Ineffective mitophagy is linked to Parkinson’s disease, and damaged mitochondria can lead to inflammation, aging, and programmed cell ...
Applications of Silicon Photomultipliers (SiPM): From Particle to Biomedical Physics
This project was completed with contributions from Xinran Li from Princeton University.
How Chinese Soft Power Works
Background. Soft power offers states a unique way to advance their interests internationally using cooperation and attraction. Although the term “soft power” only began to enter academic discourse and circulate among ...
Fractal Behavior of Smart Materials
Active structures allow for real time control of a structure’s shape, stiffness, and damping. Accurately characterizing the mechanical response of smart materials enhances their implementation into active structures. ...
Analyzing Nanoparticle Dynamics in Complex Fluids Using Microscopy Techniques
Improving our understanding of nanoparticle dynamics in complex fluids allows for advancements in Point-of-Care diagnostics such as targeted drug delivery. Our group currently studies how a nanoparticle’s shape affects its ...
Sculptor of Space: The Life and Work of Victor Lundy
Prof. Donna Kacmar is currently writing an autobiography of Victor Lundy, an award-winning American architect with an incredible life story. The book will be published by the Princeton Architectural Press. This infographic ...
Stakeholder Relationships in Comparison to Success and Profitability in Non-Profit vs. For-Profit Companies
My project looks into how non-profits interact with their stakeholders (such as volunteers, employees, members, etc.) and how that contributes to their success as an organization. Success is loosely defined as how well the ...