News and Events

Watching the Action Unfold

October, 2017

In a news post, CCR highlights the recent publication from the Subramaniam Lab and the CMM in the journal Cell, where cryo-EM analysis revealed novel structural changes upon DNA binding to the CRISPR complex Csy, and molecular mechanisms for the action of CRISPR inhbitors.

Frederick lab using new high-tech microscopes in cancer research

July 19, 2016

The Frederick News-Post discusses the work of the Center for Molecular Microscopy and the Ras Initiative at the Advanced Technology Research Facility in Frederick, highlighting the use of the latest generation of electron and light microscopes to visualize cells and proteins in 3D.

The New Electron Microscopy: Cells and Molecules in Three Dimensions

The Poster, a news publication for the scientific, administrative and support communities at NCI at Frederick, discusses the research and capabilities of the CMM.

Through the High-Tech Looking Glass

December, 2015

CCR connections, published by the Center for Cancer Research within the National Cancer Institute, highlights CCR laboratories developing new technologies for imaging tissues, cells and molecules.

Muscle Mitochondria May Form Energy Power Grid

August 10, 2015

NIH Research Matters, a weekly update of research from the National Institutes of Health, highlights a recent study from the Subramaniam and Balaban labs showing a contiguous network of mitochondria in muscle. The study was published in the journal Nature.

High-resolution 3D images reveal the muscle mitochondrial power grid

July 29, 2015

In a press release, the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI) highlights a recent Nature publication from the Subramaniam and Balaban labs, which revealed how a contiguous network of mitochondria powers skeletal muscle cells.

Ebola and the Vast Viral Universe

October 28, 2014

In an article about Ebola and the biology of viruses, the New York Times features an image of an HIV virological synapse from the Subramaniam Lab, which was first displayed on the cover of the Journal of Virology.

HIV: The Initial Invasion

September, 2014

Veronica Falconieri was awarded the Alan Cole Scholarship from the Vesalius Trust to create this video as part of her Master's thesis in Biomedical Illustration at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.

Structural States of a Brain Receptor Revealed

August 25, 2014

NIH Research Matters, a weekly update of research from the National Institutes of Health, highlights the structural studies of ionotropic glutamate receptors by Meyerson et al. in the journal Nature.

Glutamate Receptors: Mechanistic Twists and Turns

August 18, 2014

Nature Chemical Biology News and Views discusses the recent publication by Meyerson et al about the structural mechanism of ionotropic Glutamate Receptors