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Mark Zylka receives Transformative R01 Grant
Assistant professor Mark Zylka was awarded one of 42 NIH Roadmap Transformative R01 grants for his project Harnessing Ectonucleotidases to Treat Chronic Pain.
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Pain relief with PAP injections may last 100 times longer than a traditional acupuncture treatment
April 2012 - Zylka lab publication in the journal "Molecular Pain" outlines the pain relief potential of PAP injections.
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Zylka outlines how he started studying brain enzymes, the details and implications of his research, and what motivates him.
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Mark Zylka awarded 2013 Hettleman Prize
August 2013 - The Ruth and Phillip Hettleman Prize recognizes the achievements of outstanding junior tenure-track faculty or recently tenured faculty.
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"Discovery at UNC points to possible environmental cause of autism"
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Simons Foundation Autism Research Initiative features recent findings by Ben Philpot and Mark Zylka in its news article, "Autism genes are surprisingly large, study finds."
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The work of Mark Zylka, PhD, and Ben Philpot, PhD, is featured by Autism Speaks in its list of 10 major advances in autism research in 2013.
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August 2013 - Findings published in the journal Nature outline the effects that key enzymes called topoisomerases can have on the genetic machinery behind brain development.
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Potential treatment strategy for Angelman syndrome identified by Philpot, Zylka and Roth
December 2011 - Collaborators Ben Philpot, Mark Zylka and Bryan Roth identify compounds that cause the dormant Ube3a gene to be expressed.
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Joint Zylka and Philpot lab paper is cover article in latest Trends in Neurosciences
The labs of Drs. Ben Philpot and Mark Zylka have collaborated on the paper “Angelman syndrome: insights into genomic imprinting and neurodevelopmental phenotypes,” which was selected as the cover article for the June 2011 issue of Trends in Neurosciences.
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