People
 
Farewell party. From left to right: Carey McAndrews (Alessandro's wife), Marc Caselle (Beth's husband), Beth Caselle, Sam Condon, Sam Anderson, Deena-Al Mahbuba, Claire Armstrong, Gladys Díaz-Vázquez, Sam Craven
 
Ice-cream break. From left to right: Gladys Díaz-Vázquez, Deena-Al Mahbuba, Sam Anderson, Sam Condon, Claire Armstrong, Sam Craven, Beth Caselle
 
At the Terrace. From left to right: Sam Anderson, Deena-Al Mahbuba, Elizabeth Caselle, Lucy Jiang, Sam Condon, Claire Armstrong, Evan Lange
 
The PI
Alessandro Senes
Associate Professor
Room 415C
senes@wisc.edu
608-890-2584
More info
 
Postdocs
Kai Cai
(joint with the Markley Lab)
PhD: University of Wisconsin-Madison, Biochemistry (Markley Lab)
kcai@wisc.edu
Project: Structural biology of bacterial divisome proteins
Elizabeth Caselle (Beth)
PhD: Syracuse University, Chemistry (Korendovych Lab)
caselle@wisc.edu
Project: Characterization of the soluble domains of the FtsBLQ complex and small molecule screening
CV: [PDF]
 
Graduate Students
Samantha Anderson (Sam)
PhD program in Biochemistry (CIBM trainee)
smanderson26@wisc.edu
Project: Structural prediction of transmembrane oligomeric complexes
Senes lab publications:
  1. Anderson SM*, Mueller BK*, Lange EJ and Senes A "Combination of Cα-H hydrogen bonds and van der Waals packing modulates the stability of GxxxG-mediated dimers in membranes" J Am Chem Soc. 2017 139, 15774-83 (*authors contributed equally) [PDF]
Samson Condon (Sam)
PhD program in Biochemistry (CIBM trainee)
sgcondon@wisc.edu
Project:Structural prediction of transmembrane oligomeric complexes
Senes lab publications:
  1. Zhang Z, Subramaniam S, Kale J, Liao C, Huang B, Brahmbhatt H, Condon SGF, Lapolla SM, Hays, FA, Ding J, He F, Zhang XC, Li J, Senes A, Andrews DW, Lin J "BH3-in-groove dimerization initiates and helix 9 dimerization expands Bax pore assembly in membranes", EMBO J 2016 35, 208-36 [PDF]
  2. Guo X, Niemi NM, Hutchins PD, Condon SGF, Jochem A, Ulbrich A, Higbee AJ, Russell JD, Senes A, Coon JJ, and Pagliarini DJ "Ptc7p dephosphorylates select mitochondrial proteins to enhance metabolic function" Cell Reports 2017 18, 307-13 [PDF]
  3. Condon SGF*, Mahbuba DA*, Armstrong CR, Diaz-Vazquez G, Craven SJ, LaPointe LM, Khadria AS, Chadda R, Crooks JA, Rangarajan N, Weibel DB, Hoskins AA, Robertson JL, Cui Q, Senes A "The FtsLB sub-complex of the bacterial divisome is tetramer with an uninterrupted FtsL helix linking the transmembrane and periplasmic regions" J. Biol. Chem. 2017 in press (*authors contributed equally) [PDF]
Samuel Craven (Sam)
PhD program in Biochemistry
scraven@wisc.edu
Project: Structural studies of the bacterial divisome
Senes lab publications:
  1. Condon SGF*, Mahbuba DA*, Armstrong CR, Diaz-Vazquez G, Craven SJ, LaPointe LM, Khadria AS, Chadda R, Crooks JA, Rangarajan N, Weibel DB, Hoskins AA, Robertson JL, Cui Q, Senes A "The FtsLB sub-complex of the bacterial divisome is tetramer with an uninterrupted FtsL helix linking the transmembrane and periplasmic regions" J. Biol. Chem. 2017 in press (*authors contributed equally) [PDF]
Gladys Díaz-Vázquez
PhD program in Biophysics (joint with the Cui lab, AOF Fellow)
diazvazquez@wisc.edu
Project: Molecular dynamic studies of membrane proteins of the bacterial divisome
Senes lab publications:
  1. Condon SGF*, Mahbuba DA*, Armstrong CR, Diaz-Vazquez G, Craven SJ, LaPointe LM, Khadria AS, Chadda R, Crooks JA, Rangarajan N, Weibel DB, Hoskins AA, Robertson JL, Cui Q, Senes A "The FtsLB sub-complex of the bacterial divisome is tetramer with an uninterrupted FtsL helix linking the transmembrane and periplasmic regions" J. Biol. Chem. 2017 in press (*authors contributed equally) [PDF]
 
Undergraduate Students
Maria Cisler
Sophomore
mariacisler@gmail.com
Lab mentor: Sam Anderson
Lucy Jiang
Senior (Biochemistry)
jiang68@wisc.edu
John Yuan
Senior (Biochemistry)
zyuan49@wisc.edu
Lab mentor: Beth Caselle
 
High School students
 
Alessandro Senes
Associate Professor
Department of Biochemistry - UW-Madison
433 Backcock Dr., Room 419
Madison, WI 53706
office (+1) 608-890-2584
lab. (+1) 608-262-7355