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.
Moroz, Y.S., T.T. Dunston, O.V. Makhlynets, O.V. Moroz, Y. Wu, J.H. Yoon, A.B. Olsen, J.M. McLaughlin, K.L. Mack, P.M. Gosavi, N.A.J. van Nuland, and I.V. Korendovych. (2015). New Tricks for Old Proteins: Single Mutations in a Nonenzymatic Protein Give Rise to Various Enzymatic Activities. J. Am. Chem. Soc., 137(47):14905–14911. pdf file link
Raymond, E.A., K.L. Mack, J.H. Yoon, O.V. Moroz, Y.S. Moroz, and 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