Zane Laughlin


Emory University
Department of Biochemistry
Office: Rollins Research Center
4150 Rollins Research Center
AtlantaGA 30322


My name is Zane Laughlin. I am from Forest, VA and graduated from the University of Virginia in 2016 with a B. S. in Chemistry with a Specialization in Biochemistry. During my time at UVA, I also worked in the lab of Dr. Charles Grisham studying Dengue virus protease using NMR and modeling the phosphatidylinositol cycle from 2014-2016. Additionally, I worked as a Laboratory Assistant at Lewis and Clark Pharmaceuticals in Charlottesville, VA from 2015-2016. My research interests are mainly in Biochemistry.

I joined the Graduate Program for Biochemistry, Cell and Developmental Biology at Emory University in 2016 and am currently a first year in the program. So far I have rotated in the lab of Nick Seyfried studying apolipoprotein E and the lab of Graeme Conn studying antibiotic resistance methyltransferase NpmA. Currently, I am rotating in the lab of Bo Liang studying HRSV RNA polymerase