Raj S. Kasthuri, MBBS, MD Featured On Vimeo, Explaining The Role Of Cure HHT Congratulations to Raj S. Kasthuri, MBBS, MD, Hematologist and Director of the UNC HHT Center of Excellence, for being featured on Vimeo, explaining the vital role Cure HHT plays in bringing the HHT community together. Hear him talk about his … Continued
Monthly Archives: December 2019
Congratulations to the lab of Saskia Neher, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Biochemistry and Biophysics, for presenting and moderating at the 2019 Triangle Area Cryo-EM Symposium. The Neher Lab members, past and present, did a great job presenting and moderating at the first triangle area Cryo-EM symposium.
Congratulations to Karina Kinghorn, a CBP student in Victoria Bautch’s lab, for being awarded a prestigious American Heart Association Predoctoral Fellowship. Karina’s fellowship provides stipend support for 2 years for her project, titled “Trafficking and secretion of soluble VEGFR1 as a regulator of angiogenic sprout guidance”.
Congratulations to the lab of Kathleen M. Caron, Ph.D., Department Chair, Professor, Cell Biology and Physiology, for publishing paper, entitled “Pinopodes: Recent advancements, current perspectives, and future directions” in the journal Molecular and Cellular Endocrinology.
Congratulations to James Faber, Ph.D., Professor, Cell Biology and Physiology, for publishing papers, entitled “Collateral vessels have unique endothelial and smooth muscle cell phenotypes”, “Risk factors for acute ischemic stroke caused by anterior large vessel occlusion”, “Transient versus permanent MCA occlusion in mice genetically modified to have good versus poor collaterals”, “Genetic and lifestyle risk … Continued
Congratulations to Jonathan Schisler, MS, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Pharmacology, for having his illustration selected for the cover of the Journal Of Biological Chemistry. Dr. Schisler’s illustration will appear in the December 13, 2019 issue of the Journal Of Biological Chemistry, and his paper, entitled “Changes in protein function underlies the disease spectrum in … Continued
Congratulations to Frank Conlon, Ph.D., Professor, Biology; (Research) Genetics, in collaboration with Stefan Hoppler, MSc, Ph.D. (University of Aberdeen), for publishing manuscript, entitled “Xenopus: Experimental Access to Cardiovascular Development, Regeneration Discovery, and Cardiovascular Heart-Defect Modeling“ in the journal Cold Spring Harbor Perspectives in Biology.
Congratulations to Nick Buglak, a toxicology and environmental medicine Ph.D. student in the Bahnson Research Group, for recently receiving a prestigious Predoctoral Fellowship from the American Heart Association. Nick’s fellowship provides stipend support for 2 years for his project, entitled “Cinnamic aldehyde inhibition of neointimal hyperplasia is dependent on Nrf2 signaling”.
Congratulations to Wenjing Xu, postdoctoral student in Dr. Caron’s Lab, for having her image selected for the cover of ACS Pharmacology & Translational Science. In Wenjing’s image, whole-mount immunohistochemistry of an adult mouse heart shows the superficial coverage of podoplanin-expressing cardiac lymphatics on the ventral surface and expanding toward the apex. The image appears in … Continued