Megan Noll was an undergraduate at the University of Pennsylvania. Megan worked in the lab from June 2014 to May 2017. As a senior in high school, she worked with her local Road Running association to organize a 5k to raise money for ALS research, and she continues to work on various health-based volunteering projects. As a college student, Megan was on her dormitory house council, a board member of Penn Democrats, and a member of the Quidditch team. In her spare time she is an avid science fiction reader and loves to hike. Megan's home town is in York, Pennsylvania. In 2017, Megan graduated with a M.S. in Chemistry and B.A. in Biochemistry with minors in Biophysics and Anthropology.


Tariq, A.*, J. Lin*, M.M. Noll*, M.P. Torrente, K.L. Mack, O. Hernandez Murillo, M.E. Jackrel, and J. Shorter. (2018). Potentiating Hsp104 activity via phosphomimetic mutations in the middle domain. FEMS Yeast Res. doi: 10.1093/femsyr/foy042. pdf file link (*Co-first author).

Torrente, M.P., E. Chuang, M.M. Noll, M.E. Jackrel, M.S. Go, and J. Shorter. (2016). Mechanistic insights into Hsp104 potentiation. J. Biol. Chem. 291(10):5101-5115. pdf file link

Noll, M. & R. Tannenbaum. (2015). Characterizing Hyperactive Mutations of Hsp104 in terms of Protein Structure. YouTube. YouTube, 19th April, 2015. Web. link





Department of Biochemistry & Biophysics
University of Pennsylvania