His lab has devised tools for directed evolution of modified DNA and peptides as an approach to designing carbohydrate vaccines against HIV. 781-736-2462 haber@brandeis.edu Rosenstiel Basic Medical Science Research Center, 302 Repair of broken chromosomes and triggering of the DNA damage response. Students join Professor Isaac Krauss to work on some of his award-winning HIV vaccine research. Phone: (781)-736-2574 | E-mail: kraussi@brandeis.edu Department of Chemistry. Waltham, MA 02454. 781-736-2462 haber@brandeis.edu Rosenstiel Basic Medical Science Research Center 302 Repair of broken chromosomes and triggering of the DNA damage response. Brandeis University. Brandeis University. Brandeis lab scientists have pitched their projects, including HIV vaccines (Sebastian Temme, Krauss lab), neuroslicers (Yasmin Escobedo Lozoya, Nelson lab) and the use of carrot fiber as an anti-diabetic (Michelle Landstrom, Hayes lab) to a panel of distinguished, outside judges. Waltham, MA 02454. Chemistry Department, MS 015 Brandeis University 415 South Street Waltham, Massachusetts 02453-2728 Phone and Email 781-736-2500 781-736-2516 (Fax) chemofc@brandeis.edu lab website Lab website The chemistry department at Brandeis offers our undergraduate and graduate students a world-class education in an intimate setting where faculty and students work closely. Prof. Isaac J. Krauss. Chemical Glycobiology Our lab studies interesting problems in organic synthesis and chemical biology. Applicants should submit their CV, publication list, letter of interest, and contact information for two references by e-mail to kraussi@brandeis.edu, with the text "Krauss Lab … D. Curriculum Vitae Department of Chemistry 415 South St. MS 015 Brandeis University Waltham, MA 02454 (781) 736-2574 (W) He is an organic chemist and chemical biologist whose research is at the interface of carbohydrate chemistry and biology. Our chemical biology program is directed at the design and synthesis of carbohydrate clusters which mimic important binding surfaces in biology. Isaac J. Krauss, Ph. Prof. Isaac J. Krauss. 415 South St. MS 015. Mechanism Underlying Anti-Markovnikov Addition in the Reaction of Pentalenene Synthase. Department of Chemistry. 415 South St. MS 015. In total, the efforts of Padua and the Kern lab in collaboration with other Brandeis laboratories led to the donation of 250 boxes of gloves, 150 surgical masks and seven pairs of safety goggles. One of the other labs that contributed to the donations that Padua coordinated is the Krauss lab. Isaac Krauss (Chemistry) has been promoted to Associate Professor of Chemistry. Phone: (781)-736-2574 | E-mail: kraussi@brandeis.edu