Welcome to 泛素堂

The Yao and Cohen Labs work closely together on various aspects of ubiquitin biology. Each lab focuses on specific areas such as...

RESEARCH

What we are working on...
Autophagy

Histone ubiquitylation

Chromatin Remodeling

Ubiquitin sensors

About Ubiquitin

Ubiquitous
Reversible
Signaling

Ubiquitin is a small protein of 76 amino acid. It is highly conserved among all eukaryotes. It is also the founding member of a large number of ubiquitin-like proteins that have been found across all three domains of life.

Visit our Research page to learn more about this fascinating protein and its involvement in diverse biological processes.

PEOPLE

We are from all over the world...
Tingting Yao
Associate Professor
I grew up in Wuhan, China and came to Iowa, where I was introduced to the corn fields and the ubiquitin-proteasome world.
Robert E. Cohen
Professor
Yun-Seok Choi, Ph.D
Research Scientist
Francesco Scavone
Graduate Student
Sarah Bollinger
Graduate Student
Aixin Song, Ph.D
Research Scientist
Luisa Gomez
Graduate Student
Zachary Hazlett
Graduate Student
Carolina Santos
Postdoc
Sharon Lian
BS/MS student
Logan McCoy
undergraduate
Hobbes
Handsome and spoiled, Hobbes is an English cream Golden Retriever. His name comes from our favorite comic “Calvin and Hobbes”.

Affiliated Groups

We are affiliated with these Graduate Programs...
Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

Chemical Biology Program

Cell and Molecular Biology Program

Latest News

What we are excited about...

We are located at the foothills of the beautiful Rocky Mountains.