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The Lab of Payne

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February, 2009. From Left to Right: Don, Kevin, Emily, Arron, Ashlee, CKP, Chip, Amy and Mindi


Principle Investigator

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[Christine K. Payne, Ph.D.]

Assistant Professor of Chemistry
Christine received an S.B. in Chemistry from the University of Chicago and a Ph.D. in Chemistry from the University of California Berkeley.

Post Docs

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Ashlee St. John
Ashlee earned her Ph.D. in Physical Chemistry from Georgia Tech in Dr. Andrew Lyon's group where she studied colloidal assembly. She received a B.A. in Chemistry from the New College of Florida. In the Payne Lab, she will be tracking single particles in live cells.
Don-Ricardo Miller
Don earned his Ph.D. in Biomedical Sciences from Morehouse School of Medicine where he studied proteins related to circadian rhythm and received a B.S. in Chemistry from Morgan State University. In the Payne Lab, Don works to target optical probes in live cells.

Graduate Students

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William H. Humphries IV
Chip received a B.S. in Chemistry and a B.M. in Music Performance from Ohio Northern University. Chip is interested in developing new methods for live cell imaging and determing the rate of lysosomal degradation.
Amy Jablonski
Amy attended the University of Alabama-Birmingham and recieved a B.S. in Chemistry. Amy's research focus is using quantum dots for imaging intracellular transport.
Melinda Ogden
Mindi graduated from Michigan State University with a B.S. in Chemistry. Mindi is interested in developing new two-photon techniques for live cell imaging.
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Aaron Danberry
Aaron graduated from Minnesota State University, Mankato with a B.S. in Chemistry.
Emily Herman
Emily graduated from Saint Mary's College with a B.S. in Chemistry.

Undergraduates

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Kevin Hardin
Kevin is a senior in Chemistry at GaTech. He is studying Huntington's disease with flow cytometry.

Past Students

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Nicole Fay
(undergraduate, 3/07 to 5/08)

Nicole was a Biology and Biochemistry student at GaTech. Nicole is currently pursuing her Ph.D. at the University of California, Berkeley.

Jenna Tomlinson
(REU, Summer '08)

Jenna is a Cell/Molecular Biology student at Grand Valley State University. As an REU student, Jenna created a stably transfected cell line.

Jesse Haulk
(undergraduate, 4/08 to 8/08)

Jesse was in the Payne lab for his junior year as a Chemistry student at GaTech. He wrote Matlab software for single particle tracking.