Latest News - January 2021

Tom's paper Bil2 is a novel inhibitor of the yeast formin Bnr1 required for proper actin cable organization and polarized secretion is accepted by Frontiers In Cell Dev. Biol.

Welcome to the Goode Lab!

We are studying mechanisms of actin cytoskeleton dynamics and microtubule-actin crosstalk. We take a combined approach that uses in vitro reconstitution, single-molecule imaging, genetics, and live-cell imaging in yeast and mammalian cells.

Contact info:


Office: (781) 736-2464

Lab: 781-736-4954


Lab location:

Rosenstiel Basic Medical 
Sciences Research Center

Room 536


Mailing address:

The Goode Lab - MS029

415 South Street

Waltham, MA 02454

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