Patrick J. Hrdlicka
875 Perimeter Dr MS 2343
(Renfrew Hall 313W)
Moscow, Idaho 83844-2343
United States of America
Phone: +1 208-885-0108
Fax: +1 208-885-6173
Administration (2016) - Dr. Hrdlicka has been elected Vice-Chair of the Faculty Senate.
Teaching (2016) - Dr. Hrdlicka teaches CHEM571 - Introduction to Nucleic Acid Chemistry this fall semester.
Presentations (2016) - Dr. Hrdlicka delivered invited presentations at the Nucleic Acid Center (University of Southern Denmark) and the 2016 Idaho INBRE Research Conference, where visiting undergraduate researcher Macie-Grace Guthrie also presented a poster.
Lab upgrade (2016)- Our biolab is now BSL-2 certified.
Presentation (2016) - Dr. Hrdlicka presented the group's research to the Chemistry Department at the University of Colorado in Denver.
Publication (2016)- Brooke's manuscript entitled "Merging two strategies for mixed-sequence recognition of double-stranded DNA: Pseudocomplementary Invader probes" has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Organic Chemistry.
Publication (2016)- Mamta's manuscript on "Discrimination of single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) using oligonucleotides modified with C5-pyrene-functionalized DNA and flanking Locked Nucleic Acid (LNA) monomers" has been accepted for publication in Chemistry - An Asian Journal.
Graduation (2016) - Eric Hall has graduated with a non-thesis MS degree. All the best for the future!
Internal grant (2016) - Dr. Hrdlicka secured funds to purchase a new DNA synthesizer.
Collaborations (2016) - Two collaborative studies, spearheaded by Prof. Stulz (Univ. Southampton) and Prof. Smith (Karolinska University), have been published in Organic and Biomolecular Chemistry and Nucleic Acids Research, respectively.
Graduation - Dale C. Guenther has successfully defended her Ph.D.-dissertation and joins Alnylam Pharmaceuticals as a postdoctoral researcher. Congrats on all accounts !!!
Alumni success - Former Ph.D.-student Saswata Karmakar has joined RaNA Therapeutics as a Scientist.
New Ph.D.-student - We welcome Raymond Emehizer to the group !!
Internal grant (2015) - Dr. Hrdlicka has secured a $10,000 grant from the Idaho INBRE program.