Congratulations to Nigel Mackman, Ph.D., John C. Parker Distinguished Professor of Medicine, Co-Director of the Thrombosis and Hemostasis Program, for being recognized as the top-rated expert in thrombosis in the world by Expertscape. Dr. Mackman’s expertise ranks in the top 0.0008% of 124,370 published authors worldwide on thrombosis from 2008 through 2019 based on contributions … Continued
Monthly Archives: July 2019
Congratulations to Jiandong Liu, Ph.D., Associate Professor, for the receipt of R01 from the NIH. Dr. Liu received grant, entitled “The Role of RNA-Binding Protein Lin28a in Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy”. The work was enthusiastically received by 3 different funding agencies, and Dr. Liu has accepted the NIH R01 Award. It is a 4-year grant for $2,095,727.
Congratulations to Adam Black, a Postdoctoral Research Associate in Jimena Giudice’s lab for recently receiving a prestigious F32 Postdoctoral Fellowship from the NHLBI at the NIH. Adam’s project focuses on understanding the physiological significance of alternative splicing and the factors that govern splicing regulation in the heart. Specifically, Adam is using CRISPR mouse models to … Continued
Congratulations to Stephen Serafin, graduate student in Kathleen Caron’s lab, for the receipt of a slot on the CCBTP T32 Grant. As a graduate student, Stephen is now a fellow on the NCI Cancer Cell Biology CCBTP T32 grant.
Congratulations to Edward M. Bahnson, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Surgery, Department of Cell Biology & Physiology, Center for Nanotechnology in Drug Delivery, McAllister Heart Institute, Nobuyo N. Maeda, Ph.D., Robert H. Wagner Distinguished Professor & Joan M. Taylor, Ph.D., Professor and Vice Chair for Research, Department of Pathology, for publishing article on how engulfment … Continued
Congratulations to Gabrielle Gentile, graduate student in Jimena Giudice’s lab, for the receipt of a slot on the MiBio Training Grant. We are very excited to see Gabby’s progress in the upcoming year as she studies how membrane trafficking splicing networks influence striated muscle development.
Congratulations to Karina Kinghorn, graduate student in Victoria Bautch’s lab, for the receipt of a slot on the UNC IVB Training Grant. Karina is investigating post-translational regulation of VEGFR1 (Flt1).