Slide4Welcome to the Green Lab!

In the Green Lab, we are broadly interested in the fundamental molecular mechanisms governing the epigenetic regulation of the genome and its integration with cellular signaling pathways. In particular, we aim to understand how post-translational modifications of proteins regulate critical biological functions, including the establishment of proper states of gene expression and the ability of cells to respond to stress. To address our research questions, we use a diversity of approaches in molecular biology, genetics, biochemistry, genomics and proteomics in the model eukaryote Saccharomyces cerevisiae.

The Green Lab is located in the Department of Biological Sciences at UMBC. Follow the Green Lab on Twitter!


Recent Lab News

Dec 2022: Winny and Maki present posters at the ASCB meeting in Philadelphia.

Nov 2022: Meagan’s paper on new roles for Set1 in telomere maintenance is published in Molecular Biology of the Cell!

Sept 2022: Graduate student Chase Andre starts a rotation and undergrads Ryan George, Seun Kintunde, Dwina Hadj-Mabrouk, and Brandon Onochie join the lab. Welcome!

Aug 2022: Peace and Taylor present their summer research at UMBC SURF!