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Lin Randall, Ph.D.

Lin Randall


Ph.D. Molecular Biology, University of Wisconsin Madison
B.S. Zoology, Colorado State University


2000- Professor of Biochemistry, Wurdack Chair in Biochemical Sciences, University of Missouri-Columbia
1983-2000 Professor of Biochemistry, Washington State University
1981-1983 Associate Professor of Biochemistry, Washington State University
1975-1981 1:e Forskningsassistent (equivalent to assistant professor), Uppsala University
1975 Docent in Molecular Biology, Uppsala University
1973-1975 Guest Scientist, Molecular Biology, Wallenberg Laboratory, Uppsala University
1972-1973 Centre Nationale Recherche Scientifique, Research Associate, Institut Pasteur
1971-1972 Pierre Philippe Foundation Postdoctoral Fellow, Institut Pasteur
1968-1971 Wisconsin Alumni Research Fund Predoctoral Fellow, University of Wisconsin


March 2004 American Academy of Arts and Sciences
2000 Organizer, 14th Annual Symposium of the Protein Society
2000 Helen Riaboff Whiteley Seminar, University of Washington
1998 Honor Alumna Award, Colorado State University
1997 Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science
1996-1999 National Academy of Sciences
1995 Executive Council Protein Society
February 1994 Parke-Davis Award, Protein Society
1993-2003 Fellow of the American Academy of Microbiology
1993 Merck Lecturer, University of California, Berkeley
1993 Nelson Distinguished Lecturer, Montana State University
1992 The Rosetta Briegel Barton Lecture, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of Oklahoma
1992 MERIT Award, National Institutes of Health
1990 Gladys Everson Lecture, Department of Biochemistry, University of Wisconsin
1988 President's Faculty Excellence Award in Research, Washington State University
1988 Distinguished Faculty Address, Washington State University
1984 Eli Lilly Award in Microbiology or Immunology
1984 Chair, Gordon Conference on Bacterial Cell Surfaces
Invited speaker at 37 scientific meetings since 1986


Randall, L. L.; Crane, J. M.; Lilly, A. A.; Liu, G.; Mao, C.; Patel, C. N.; Hardy, S. J. Asymmetric binding between SecA and SecB two symmetric proteins: implications for function in export. J. Mol. Biol.  2005, 348, 479-489.

Randall, L. L.; Crane, J. M.; Liu, G.; Hardy, S. J. S. Sites of Interaction between SecA and the Chaperone SecB, two proteins involved in export. Protein Sci.  2004, 13, 1124-1133.

Randall, L. L.; Hardy, S. J. S. SecB, one small chaperone in the complex milieu of the cell. Cell. Mol. Life Sci.  2002, 59, 1617-1623.

Woodbury, R. L.; Hardy, S. J. S.; Randall, L. L. Complex behavior in solution of homodimeric SecA. Protein Sci.  2002, 11, 875-882.

Randall, L. L.; Hardy, S. J. S. The promiscuous and specific side of SecB. Nat. Struct. Biol.  2000, 7, 1077-1079.



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