Image of agar plates with cyanobacteria
Cameron Lab Cyanobacteria Exhibit at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science!

Sept. 30, 2022

Check out this collaboration between art and science! Inspired by the work in Dr. Jeff Cameron's lab, Lab Manager Evan Johnson worked with Erin Espelie to create a science-art exhibit at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science

PhD Defenses

Sept. 22, 2022

Congradulations Kelsey and Jacob for successfully defending their dissertations this Spring 2022!! March 30th - Kelsey Dahlgren "Development and Use of Proximity-based Proteomics to Determine Subceullular Localization of Proteins in Cyanobacteria" May 11th - Jacob Fenster “Engineering Production Phenotypes in Pseudomonas putida KT2440 with High-Throughput CRISPIR-Cas9 Tools”

Big changes to Cameron lab

Aug. 1, 2021

Postdocs Juliana Artier, Colin Gates and Sarah Hurley are on their ways to new things. Best of luck to all of them in their new paths! Joining the lab is postdoctoral researcher Anton Avramov PhD (from Robert Burnap lab at OSU)! Welcome to the Cameron Lab!

New graduate student

May 20, 2021

Clair Huffine is joining the Cameron Lab team as a graduate student with the IQ Biology Program and Biochemistry department. Welcome to the Cameron lab Clair!!

PhD Defenses

Dec. 20, 2020

Fall is ending with two successful dissertation defenses of Nick Hill and Patrick Thomas! Congratulations!!! November 19 - Nick Hill "Life cycle of a cyanobacterial CO 2 -fixing organelle" December 10 - Patrick Thomas “Zam is a redox regulated regulator of RNA metabolism in Cyanobacteria”