Lisa Ryno Awarded Grant from the National Science Foundation
September 29, 2022
Associate Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry Lisa Ryno was recently awarded a grant from the National Science Foundation, "Sugar-mediated remodeling of the E. coli transcriptome and its impact on biofilm growth and composition." This $534,002 grant will support student-faculty research on how monosaccharides influence both biofilm growth and composition. Because biofilms play a role in antibiotic resistance, better understanding of the biochemical pathways through which they form could have eventual applications in development of antibiotics or antibiofilm coatings.
Lisa Ryno Publishes Article
December 16, 2021
Luke Buck '21, Maddison Paladino '21, Kyogo Nagashima '24, Emma Brezel '17, Josh Holtzman '21, and Sarel J. Urso '16 coauthored a publication with Associate Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry Lisa Ryno in Frontiers in Cellular and Infection Microbiology titled "Temperature-dependent influence of FliA overexpression on PHL628 E. coli biofilm growth and composition."
Lisa Ryno gives keynote presentation on undergraduate research at alma mater Trinity University
August 4, 2021
Assistant Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry Lisa Ryno gave the keynote presentation, "The Impact of Undergraduate Research: A Personal Vignette" for Trinity University's 2021 Summer Experiential Learning Symposium. An alumna of TU (Class of 2008), Ryno was honored to reflect on some of the most meaningful aspects of undergraduate research as a student and how she now applies them as a mentor to undergraduate researchers in her lab.
Lisa Ryno Publishes Blog Entry
June 11, 2019
Assistant Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry Lisa Ryno published a blog post titled "Tackling Summer Boredom" on the Council on Undergraduate Research's Division of Chemistry website.
Cottine and Ryno Co-author
September 19, 2018
Assistant Professor of Religion Cheryl Cottine and Assistant Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry Lisa Ryno co-authored the article "Biological Impact and Ethical Implications of Pesticide Use: A Short Module for Upper-Division-Undergraduate Biochemistry Courses" published in the Journal of Chemical Education.
Lisa Ryno Receives Award
February 16, 2018
Lisa Ryno, assistant professor of chemistry and biochemistry, received the Research Corporation for Science Advancement Cottrell Scholar Award for her proposal, "Investigating the Impact of fliA Overexpression on the Formation and Composition of E. coli Biofilms at Different Temperatures." Ryno was one of 24 who received this $100,000 award given to early career academic scientists to use at their discretion for research and teaching.
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