Miriam Escarlet Diaz Galicia defends her master's thesis

Miriam Escarlet Diaz Galicia successfully defended her master's thesis on May 8, 2018 for both directed research and thesis project, entitled "Engineering of Kinase-based Protein Interacting Devices: Active Expression of Tyrosine Kinase Domains". 
Her research focused on application of kinase domains for the creation of a synthetic sensor device that reads low concentration protein-protein interactions and amplifies them to a higher concentration interaction which is then translated into a FRET signal.

She will be continuing her Ph.D. degree under Professor Stefan Arold.