I joined the institute in June of 2012. This is a great community to be a part of and I am proud to be here. Each year we continue finding new ways to advance our motivated researchers, and push forward with new technologies and methods. I manage operations in the crystallization and x-ray crystallography cores while supporting the computer graphics core as needed. I am enrolled full time in Washington State University’s Carson School of Business and expect to finish my MBA in 2019.
Michael R. Sawaya, Jose Rodriguez, Duilio Cascio, Michael J. Collazo, Dan Shi, Francis E. Reyes, Johan Hattne, Tamir Gonen, and David S. Eisenberg
Ab initio structure determination from prion nanocrystals at atomic resolution by MicroED
PNAS 2016 113 (40) 11232-11236; published ahead of print September 19, 2016, doi:10.1073/pnas.1606287113
J Mol Biol Jul 25. Epub Jul 25. (2016)
Jeffery M Vinokur, Tyler P Korman, Michael R Sawaya, Michael J Collazo, Duilio Cascio, and James U Bowie
“Structural analysis of mevalonate-3-kinase provides insight into the mechanisms of isoprenoid pathway decarboxylases.”
Protein Sci. (2015) 24: 212-220
Michael J Collazo, Soheila Vaezeslami, and Sarah Burl
“Improving the crystallization process for optimal drug development.”
American Laboratory. March 28, 2014.
Ahmed Awad, Michael J Collazo, Kate Carpio, Christina Flores, and Thomas C Bruice
“A convenient synthesis of the cytidyl 3′-terminal monomer for solid-phase synthesis of RNG oligonucleotides.”
Tetrahedron Letters. Vol. 53 No. 29 2012 Jul 18, 2012. 3792–3794