https://bmcb.cornell.edu/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/Bagde-Fromme-in-lab-CC-2021.jpg 408 641 Casey Moore https://bmcb.cornell-graduate-program.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/logo-white-bmcb.png Casey Moore2021-11-05 16:29:562021-11-05 16:57:36Saket Bagde research unlocks the gateway for new medicines
Saket Bagde research unlocks the gateway for new medicines
Saket Bagde (Class of 2018) has published a first-author paper that has important implications for drug development. “Modular Polyketide Synthase Contains Two Reaction Chambers that Operate Asynchronously,” was published in the November 5 issue of Science. His research was also featured in the Cornell Chronicle.
Saket is a member of Chris Fromme’s lab.