Deborah O'Brien receives Distinguished Andrologist Award at the American Society of Andrology meeting
The Distinguished Andrologists Award is the highest award of the Society, presented annually to an individual who has made an outstanding contribution to the progress of Andrology.
Patrick Lang receives NRSA F30 through the National Cancer Institute entitled "ATR: a novel therapeutic target for medulloblastoma identified by its role in cerebellar development".
Congratulations to Lin Xiao and the Dudley Lab for their manuscript "Tumor Endothelial Cells with Distinct Patterns of TGFβ-Driven Endothelial-to-Mesenchymal Transition" being featured on the cover of Cancer Research!
The Graduate Education Advancement Board Impact Award recognizes graduate students and recent graduate alumni whose research directly contributes to the educational, economic, physical or social well-being of North Carolina citizens. The Graduate School shares Impact Award research with legislators, policy leaders and members of North Carolina communities. Awardees may serve as student ambassadors, discussing their work with citizens and community groups.
Agostina Santoro successfully defended her thesis during her private defense on March 6th and presented her public defense on March 20th. Congratulations Dr. Santoro!!
Sarah Wetzel-Strong successfully defended her thesis during her private defense on January 28th and presented her public defense on March 6th. Congratulations Dr. Wetzel-Strong!!
"Tumor endothelial cells with distinct patterns of TGFβ-driven endothelial-to-mesenchymal transition"
Graduate student Kathleen Mulvaney investigates the newly discovered interplay between two of the proteins that allow cells to divide.
Dr. Matthew Walker was awarded a Postdoctoral Fellowship Award from the Lymphoma Research Foundation (LRF)
The two year award provides $105,000 to support Matt's work on the role of Wnt signaling in Diffuse Large B-cell Lymphoma. Matt is a postdoctoral fellow in the Major Lab.
NC TraCS offers $2,000 grants to assist researchers in implementing a proposed study or move a research project forward by providing rapid access to funds that will support almost any aspect of promising and innovative research.
Erica Cloer was selected to present her work on the KEAP1 tumor suppressor protein at the annual Cancer Biology Training Consortium (CABTRAC) meeting in Estes Park, Co. Her talk was very well-received and won her the 'best presentation' award. Erica is a graduate student in the Major lab and holds a trainee position on the Predoctoral Cancer Cell Biology Training Program (NCI T32).
Ben Philpot, PhD, professor of cell biology and physiology, and Mark Zylka, PhD, associate professor of cell biology and physiology discuss their work on autism.
Dr. Ben Major receives The V Foundation funding for his Translational Research proposal, titled "Global Kinase Activity Profiling for Improved Patient Stratification and Response to Targeted Therapy"