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McCoy awarded postdoctoral fellowship from Autism Science Foundation
Grants from ASF fund grants student/mentor teams conducting research in autism interventions, early diagnosis, biomarkers, and animal models.
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Bhat lab findings on axonal membrane protein Neurofascin published in the journal Neuron
January 2011 - The protein called Neurofascin 186, which accumulates in the membranes of axons at the nodes of Ranvier, has critical role in nerve impulse conduction
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Thaxton awarded two-year NARSAD Young Investigator grant
The Brain & Behavior Research Foundation (formerly known as NARSAD, or the National Alliance for Research on Schizophrenia and Depression) awards $11.8 million in 200 new two-year grants for young researchers in brain and behavior science.
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Thaxton awarded a National Research Service Award
January 2011 - Bhat lab postdoctoral fellow Courtney Thaxton, PhD, will receive a Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award (NRSA).
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Laurianne Van Landeghem receives National Cancer Center fellowship
NCC will fund Laurianne's postdoctoral research work in the Lund lab.
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John Rawls and postdoctoral fellow James Minchin awarded funding to study development of white adipose depots
Rawls lab postdoctoral fellow James Minchin is awarded a Postdoctoral Fellowship from the American Heart Association Mid-Atlantic Affiliate entitled "In vivo cell lineage analysis and morphogenesis of white adipose tissue in zebrafish." John Rawls is awarded a 1-year R56 grant from NIH entitled "Mechanisms of adipose depot morphogenesis in zebrafish."
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Bhat lab describes molecular mechanisms at the nodes of Ranvier
January 2011 - Bhat lab research describes a key molecular mechanism in nerve fibers that ensures the rapid conductance of nervous system impulses.
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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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Philpot lab members write commentary for Simons Foundation Autism Research Initiative (SFARI) explaining connections between autism, Angelman syndrome and the UBE3A gene
July 2011 - Ben Philpot and postdoctoral fellows Angela Mabb and Matthew Judson write commentary for the Simons Foundation Autism Research Initiative (SFARI) on the role of UBE3A and its connections to autism and Angelman syndrome.
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Postdoctoral fellow Jordan Cocchiaro receives Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award
The NRSA will provide 2 years of support for Jordan's project in the Rawls lab.
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