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Research Day 2008

August 2008 - The 12th annual Research Day held by the Department of Cell & Molecular Physiology will focus on the theme of “Human Neurological Disorders: From Autism to Alzheimer’s."

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Graduate students join department labs

June 2008 - New students join Jin, Philpot, Rawls, Tzima, and Zylka labs.

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Alicia Blaker (Mack lab) will present her public thesis defense on Friday, July 11

Alicia Blaker (Mack lab) will present her public thesis defense on Friday, July 11

July 2008 - Physiology graduate student Alicia Blaker will present her thesis on Friday, July 11, at 1:30pm in G202 Medical Biomolecular Research Building.

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Philpot to share Simons Foundation grant

Philpot to share Simons Foundation grant

May 2008 - Faculty member Ben Philpot to share Simons Foundation grant for study of Ube3a and Angelman syndrome/autism

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Otey lab in the New York Times

March 18, 2008 - How does mutated Palladin contribute to pancreatic cancer?

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Adrenomedullin may be new drug target for preventing lymphedema, tumor spread

December 2007 - A hormone secreted by cells throughout the body and known to play a role in cardiovascular disease and other cell functions is also critical for proper formation of the lymphatic system in mice, according to Kathleen Caron, PhD, and colleagues.

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Tzima named 2007 Ellison Scholar

Tzima named 2007 Ellison Scholar

The Ellison Foundation New Scholars award supports exceptional young faculty who are nominated by U.S. medical institutions and universities for their outstanding promise in aging research.

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Preeclampsia, fetal development problems may be linked to low levels of hormone

Sept. 18, 2006 - New research from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill ties low levels of a hormone secreted by the uterus and embryos to problems with pregnancy and fetal development.

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