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Caryn Outten Group Site

Our research group studies how cells regulate iron homeostasis and redox balance at the cellular and molecular level using Saccharomyces cerevisiae (baker's yeast) as a model system. We use a variety of biochemical, molecular biology, and cell biology techniques that span the fields of bioinorganic chemistry, redox biochemistry, and mitochondrial function and physiology.

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Jerrod mcGee

8/28/18: Crystal welcomes baby Jerrod

Congratulations to Crystal and her husband Jerrod on the birth of their beautiful baby boy Jerrod Kentrell McGee, Jr!

Larissa

8/15/18: German exchange student Larissa joins the lab

Welcome to Larissa Cartano from the Johanna Wittum Schule in Pforzheim, Germany!  She will work in our lab for 5 weeks as a visiting Research Experience Scholar sponsored by the SC Governor's School for Science and Mathematics.

Angela award

6/2/18: Angela wins Best Poster Award at 39th Annual Steenbock Symposium

Angela wins again!  Congrats to her for receiving a Helmut Beinert Best Poster Award at the 39th Annual Steenbock Symposium on Iron-Sulfur Proteins--Biogenesis, Regulation and Function.

Avram & Courtney

5/12/18: Avram and Courtney graduate with B.S. in Biochemistry

Congratulations to Avram and Courtney on their graduation from USC. We wish them the best of luck in the future!

Courtney

4/25/18: Courtney chosen for ACS undergrad award

Congratulations to Courtney for winning the American Chemical Society South Carolina Section Outstanding Undergraduate Senior Award!

 

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Site last updated:  3 September 2018