RNA Systems Biology
The Schrader Lab in the Department of Biological Sciences at Wayne State University is focused on understanding RNA biology in bacterial cells. Using a systems biology approach we combine biochemistry, genomics, genetics, and cell biology experiments to investigate the mechanisms of mRNA decay and translation.
The Schrader lab is currently recruiting Ph.D. students. Interested Ph.D. students should apply to the Wayne State Biological Sciences Graduate Program. Current Ph.D. students should contact professor Schrader to discuss possible projects.
Undergraduate students interested in research please read the instructions here. Preference is given to undergrads interested in careers in research. All undergraduate positions are currently filled.
2019 - James won a GRA award from the biological sciences department! Congrats!
2019 - Nadra's BR-body paper has been submitted!
2019 - Mohammed and James generated an updated operon map of C. crescentus RNA transcripts
2019 - James' paper was accepted at mSystems! Congrats!
2019 - James won a Rumble Fellowship through the grad school, congrats!
2019 - Nadra won a Postdoctoral Trainee Research Award from Wayne State, congrats!
2019 - James' paper has been submitted!
2018 - Mohammed and James passed their oral qualifying exams, congrats!
2018 - James won a graduate teaching award! Congrats James!
2018 - The lab's first paper has been accepted to Molecular Cell! Congrats Nadra!
2018 - Nisansala and Alisa joined the lab
2018 - Nadra's paper has been submitted!
2018 - Mohammed and James passed their written qualifying exams! Congrats!
2018 - Juani Perez Torres and Jose Munoz-Dorado joined us and the Higgs lab for their sabbatical.
2017 - Mohammed, James, and Nadra with 3 of 4 best poster awards at the departmental retreat!
2017 - James awarded best graduate poster at the MI-ASM branch meeting
2017 - Obaidah was awarded a UROP award
2017 - Mohammed and James joined the lab
2015 - Nadra joined the lab
2015 - Schrader lab officially opens