student

Daniel Humphrys

humphrys.daniel@gmail.com

University of Washington

Biochemistry

Biophysical and Structural Biology

Developmental Biology, Stem Cells & Aging

Gene Expression, Cell Cycle & Chromosome Biology

Entry Quarter: Summer 2016

Research Summary

I work to develop the Enveloped Protein Nanocage (EPN) platform within the King Lab; these were developed by taking the computationally-designed, 60-monomer nanocage and adding motifs that allow them to exocytose from mammalian cells in a multi-cage vesicle. Specifically, I’ve engineered and leveraged transmembrane proteins (TMP) to add further functionality to our EPN platform.

Lab Information

Advisor: Neil King