Adam Kimple wins Lineberger Fellowship

Adam Kimple was awarded a $5000 Lineberger Fellowship in July 2009 in support of his research to:

  1. Determine if RGS14 can assemble a complex of Ras, Raf, MEK, and ERK to modulate p-ERK signaling
  2. Identify small molecules that will target the specific domains within RGS12 and RGS14 as a novel therapeutic approach to cancer therapeutics.

Lineberger Fellowships are given to up to three outstanding graduate students each year who work in Comprehensive Cancer Center members labs to support their research in their final or penultimate year at the University.

Adam is a member of David Siderovski's Lab. Congratulations, Adam!

Read Adam's research plan

Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center Award Announcement and Application