Congratulations to the lab of Jimena Giudice, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Cell Biology and Physiology, for being recognized by Undergraduate Chancellor’s Science Scholar, Eduardo Torres, during UNC Research Week. Eduardo is a biology major doing epigenetics research in the Giudice lab. He states, “I’ve learned so much during my time in the lab. Mainly I have … Continued
Monthly Archives: November 2019
Congratulations to the lab of Paul Dayton, Ph.D, Associate Professor, Clinical Research, Breast Cancer, Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center, for having their work on oxygen microbubbles featured by H. Shelton Earp, III, MD, Lineberger Distinguished Professor & Director, UNC Cancer Care, during the UNC Lineberger State of the Program.
Congratulations to the lab of Jonathan Schisler, MS, PhD, Assistant Professor, Department of Pharmacology, for linking the specific biochemical changes to a protein called CHIP to specific disease characteristics of patients with a wide range of rare disorders. Dr. Schisler led research showing that limiting the activity of a mutant CHIP protein could decrease symptom … Continued
Congratulations to the lab of Kathleen M. Caron, Ph.D., Department Chair, Professor, Cell Biology and Physiology, for publishing paper, entitled “RAMP3 Determines Rapid Recycling of Atypical Chemokine Receptor-3 for Guided Angiogenesis” in the journal PNAS. Dr. Caron’s lab expands their repertoire of GPCRs that interact with RAMPs and shows how these critical interactions influence directed … Continued
Congratulations to Kathleen Caron, Ph.D., Department Chair, Professor, Cell Biology and Physiology, Brooke Matson, Ph.D., UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center, and Kelsey Quinn, Ph.D., Cell Biology and Physiology, for winning the Office of Research, School of Medicine, UNC-CH’s “Art In Science” Competition. Their submission, “Expecting a Special Delivery”, shows pinopodes and microvilli in a mouse … Continued
Congratulations to Frank Conlon, Ph.D., Department Chair, Professor, Cell Biology and Physiology, and former student, Lauren Waldren-Wasson, In Collaboration with William Pu, M.D. (Boston University/Harvard University), for publishing article, entitled “A reference map of murine cardiac transcription factor chromatin occupancy identifies dynamic and conserved enhancers” in the journal Nature Communications.
Congratulations to Li Qian, Ph.D., Associate Professor, for the receipt of 2019 Yang Family Biomedical Scholars Award. The awards were established to recognize recently tenured faculty, such as Dr. Qian, that have already made significant scholarly contributions to their field and have begun to receive national recognition for their research. The award will provide Dr. … Continued