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Don’t Fall in Love with Your Hypothesis

Dessy Raytcheva Department of Biology, COS Northeastern University 134 Mugar, 203A 360 Huntington Ave Boston, MA 02115 desislava.raytcheva@gmail.com I was part of the King’s lab family from 2006 until 2012....

1986-1988 – A Visitor From a Strange Land

Richard Willson Huffington-Woestemeyer Professor Professor of Biochemical & Biophysical Science William A. Brookshire Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering University of Houston willson@uh.edu Sometime in 1986 I was standing in...

Raman Spectroscopy and Virus Research

George J. Thomas Professor Emeritus School of Biological and Chemical Sciences University of Missouri – Kansas City Kansas City, MO 64110 thomasgj@umkc.edu I was first introduced to the King laboratory...

Chaperonin Assembly and Substrate Folding

Oksana Sergeeva 2010-2014; PhD student oksana.sergeeva@gmail.com My years in Jon’s lab were some of the best years in my life. Not only did I love living in Cambridge and attending...

Things People Avoid Studying

Eugene Serebryany Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology Harvard University, Cambridge MA 02138 evgeny_serebryany@fas.harvard.edu What drew me to Jon as a mentor were his keen strategic insights in three areas....

Adventures of a Computational Scientist in the King Lab

Russell Schwartz Professor and Head, Computational Biology Department Professor, Department of Biological Sciences Carnegie Mellon University 4400 Fifth Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15213 USA russells@andrew.cmu.edu Introduction Although I was not in...

Reactive Cysteines in P22 Tailspike Folding

Susan K. Sather Graduate Student in King Lab from Spring 1989 through Summer 1993 sksather@yahoo.com Meeting Jon I met Jon for the first time when he gave a talk to...

Insights From Aggregation Intermediates

Margaret Speed Ricci* *Amgen Inc One Amgen Center Drive Thousand Oaks, CA 91320 mspeed@amgen.com My story begins more than half a lifetime ago in the 1991-1996 timeframe. As a Course...

Vol. XXXIV No. 2November/December 2021

My Soviet Past: Why We Need to be Vigilant About Academic Freedom

Areg Danagoulian
In September of this year, MIT’s Department of Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences decided to cancel the prestigious Carlson Lecture, which was going to be delivered by Professor Dorian Abbot....

Vol. XXXIV No. 2November/December 2021

Avoiding Corporate Conflict of Interest Among MIT Leadership

Robert Berwick, Jonathan A. King, Ceasar McDowell, Ruth Perry, Robert P. Redwine
After initially resisting such calls, Boston’s Dana Farber Cancer Institute recently enacted strict new rules to avoid conflicts of interest in which Board of Trustees members might profit from investments...
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