Dr. Sobolevsky graduated from Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology in 1996 and received his PhD in biophysics in 2000. Then he joined Dr. Lonnie Wollmuth lab at the SUNY at Stony Brook. In 2004 he joined Dr. Eric Gouaux lab at OHSU. He received independent position as Assistant Professor at Columbia university in September, 2010. In 2017 Dr. Sobolevsky was promoted to Associate Professor.
Maria joined the lab in 2010.
Shanti joined the lab in 2019.
Kirill joined the lab in 2019.
Arthur joined the lab in 2020
Jeffrey joined the lab in 2019
Laura received her BS in Biology (2010) and MS in Biology (2012) from the Georgia Institute of Technology, where she worked with Dr. Inga Schmidt-Krey on the 2D crystallization of leukotriene C4 synthase. She then worked with Dr. Gregory Alushin at the NIH/NHLBI, studying F-actin and F-actin binding proteins, from 2013 — 2016. Following her work at the NIH, she moved to NYC to join the scientific staff at the Simons Electron Microscopy Center (NYSBC), headed by Bridget Carragher and Clint Potter, from 2016 — 2020. In the Fall of 2020, Laura joined the graduate program, within the Physiology and Cellular Biophysics Department, and officially joined the Sobolevsky lab in January 2022. Laura loves coffee, ultimate frisbee and her twins.
In the lab: 2014-2019.
Current position: Assistant Professor at IIT Kanpur, India.
Marriah N. Green — PhD Candidate (Nutritional and Metabolic Biology Program).
Marriah graduated from the University of California, San Diego (UCSD) with a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry/Biochemistry in 2017. In 2017 she enrolled in the Nutrional and Metabolic Biology PhD program at Columbia University where she joined the Sobolevsky Lab in 2018, received a Master of Arts degree in 2019, and a Master of Philosophy in 2020. She serves as a board member for Women in Science at Columbia (WISC) at Columbia University Irving Medical Center (CUIMC) as the Communications Director and Marketing Chair. Marriah also holds another leadership position as the Social Networking Chair and board member of CUIMC Graduate Initiative for Diversity (GID). Passionate about outreach, she enjoys volunteering for events like Girls Science Day at Columbia University.
In the lab -2018-2023
Current Position — Postdoc at
In the lab: 2019.
Current position: Scientist at IMCA-CAT.
In the lab: 2016-2019.
Current position: Scientist at Regeneron.
In the lab: 2014-2018.
Current position: Assistant Professor at Johns Hopkins University (Ed Twomey lab).
In the lab: 2013-2017.
Current position: Scientist at Regeneron (Tarrytown, NY)
In the lab: 2011-2013.
Current position: Scientist at Accelagen Inc.
In the lab in 2020-2021
Current position — Assistant Professor at UT San Antonio
In the lab: 2019-2020
In the lab: 2019
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