The Walley lab investigates molecular mechanisms that underpin plant-microbe interactions. We specialize in mass spectrometry based proteomics to globally quantify protein abundance and post-translational modifications (including phosphorylation and acetylation). Using systems biology we integrate these data with other types of omics datasets, such as transcriptome profiling, to generate hypotheses to test using various biochemical and genetic approaches.
About the Walley Lab
Brianna's talk on REL2 Acetylation in Plant Pathogen Interactions: https://www.eventscribe.com/2020/ASPB/fsPopup.asp?Mode=sessionInfo&PresentationID=749782
Natalie's Plenary talk on Using Gene Regulatory Networks to Uncover Novel Regulators in Plant Biology: https://www.eventscribe.com/2020/ASPB/fsPopup.asp?Mode=sessionInfo&PresentationID=749768