Technology Specialist at McCoy Russell LLP
Beatty Lab: PMCB Graduate Student (2010 - 2016); PhD earned July 2016
The development and use of chemical tools to identify active mycobacterial esterases
K.R. Tallman, S.R. Levine, K.E. Beatty. “Small Molecule Probes Reveal Esterases with Persistent Activity in Dormant and Reactivating Mycobacterium tuberculosis.” ACS Infectious Diseases 9(2), 936-944 (2016).
K.R. Tallman, S.R. Levine, K.E. Beatty. “Identification of active lipases in Mycobacterium tuberculosis using new far-red fluorogenic probes.” ACS Chemical Biology 11(7), 1810-1815 (2016).
K.R. Tallman, K.E. Beatty. “Far-Red Fluorogenic Probes for Esterase and Lipase Detection,” ChemBioChem, 16(1), 70-75 (2015).
Western Washington University (B.S. in Biochemistry)