Korrie is a graduate student in the Biochemistry and Molecular Biophysics Graduate Group. She graduated from Syracuse University in 2013 with a B.S. in Biochemistry and a minor in Psychology. Korrie enjoys playing soccer, running, and is a dedicated New York Rangers fan. She grew up Utica, New York, and is excited to explore Philadelphia! In 2013, Korrie won a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship and a BMB Raiziss Award.
Raymond, E.A., K.L. Mack, J.H. Yoon, O.V. Moroz, Y.S. Moroz, I.V. Korendovych. (2015). Design of an allosterically regulated retroaldolase. Protein Sci. 24(4):561-70. pdf file link
Mack, K.L., O.V. Moroz, Y.S. Moroz, A.B. Olsen, J.M. McLaughlin, and I.V. Korendovych. (2013). Reprogramming EF-hands for design of catalytically amplified lanthanide sensors. J. Biol. Inorg. Chem. 18(4): 411-18. pdf file link
Moroz, O.V., Y.S. Moroz, Y. Wu, A.B. Olsen, H. Cheng, K.L. Mack, J.M. McLaughlin, E.A. Raymond, K. Zhezherya, H. Roder, and I.V. Korendovych. (2013). A Single Mutation in a Regulatory Protein Produces Evolvable Allosterically Regulated Catalyst of Unnatural Reaction. Angew. Chemie. Int. Ed. 52(24): 6246-9. pdf file link