Tag: Kalina Hristova

Alex Komin awarded pre-doctoral NIH fellowship

November 7, 2017

Materials Science and Engineering graduate student Alex Komin was recently awarded the very competitive Ruth L. Kirschstein Predoctoral Individual National Research Service Award (Kirschstein-NRSA). The funding institute for the award is the National Institute Of Neurological Disorders And Stroke (NINDS). The success rate for obtaining an F31 award was 23.8%  (for all NIH institutes) in 2016 and 21% for NINDS. The Ruth L. […]

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Research on Membrane Proteins Leads to a New Way to Study Protein Interactions

January 6, 2017

In a new Journal of Biological Chemistry paper, Kalina Hristova‘s research group presents a new methodology for the study of membrane protein interactions, alongside experimental data about the membrane proteins that regulate skeletal development. This new methodology represents an advance for membrane protein research, which has been limited by the capabilities of currently available experimental […]

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JHU Engineering: All Lit Up

July 5, 2016

Kalina Hristova and her team have now come up with a fluorescence-based technique that allows them to precisely measure receptor interactions in living cells.

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Faculty Q&A: Kalina Hristova

April 22, 2016

Dr. Kalina Hristova, Marlin U. Zimmerman Jr. Faculty Scholar and Professor, shares how she became interested in materials science and some advice for engineers engaged in materials research.

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A New Twist on Receptor Signaling

January 4, 2016

Researchers at Johns Hopkins University have found a direct, significant correlation between structure and activation for FGF receptors in response to FGF ligands. Their findings have been reported in the January 2016 issue of Nature Communications.

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