Congratulations to Nick Buglak, a toxicology and environmental medicine Ph.D. student in the Bahnson Research Group, for publishing paper, titled “A Rat Carotid Artery Pressure-Controlled Segmental Balloon Injury with Periadventitial Therapeutic Application”, in JoVE. Nick’s methods paper details the rat carotid pressure-controlled segmental balloon injury, a surgical procedure used in vascular labs to recapitulate the … Read more
Monthly Archives: July 2020
Congratulations to Jonathan Schisler, M.S., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Pharmacology, for the receipt of participation in NASA’s STAR-21 Pilot Cohort Program. The program, which begins at NASA’s Ames Research Center in 2021, is to assist researchers on preparing flight experiments and to learn from NASA and external partners on their experiences with space biology … Read more
Congratulations to Christoph Rau, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Genetics, for the receipt of R00 grant from NIH’s NHLBI. His grant, titled “Discovery of Novel Epigenetic Regulators of Heart Failure in a Panel of Mice” will integrate systems biology, epigenetics and molecular analyses to lead to deeper understandings of the genetic pathways, which regulate DNA methylation and … Read more
Congratulations to Joan M. Taylor, Ph.D., Professor and Vice Chair for Research, Department of Pathology, in collaboration with Elena V. Batrakova, Ph.D. (UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy), for the receipt of grant from NCTraCS. Their grant, titled “Pre-Clinical Evaluation of a Novel Therapeutic Target for Parkinson’s Disease” was chosen for funding by NCTraCS, which is … Read more
Congratulations to Li Qian, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, In Collaboration With Pamela Robey, Ph.D. (NIH), for moderating ISSCR’s global networking weekly meeting, titled “Stem Cell Research Approaches To COVID-19”. Dr. Qian joins Dr. Robey to co-chair this meeting that is a part of a weekly series, organized … Read more
Congratulations to Alexandra Mercel, a postdoctoral fellow in Dr. Kibbe’s Lab, for having paper, titled “A comparative study of a pre-clinical survival model of smoke inhalation injury in mice and rats” accepted on July 5, 2020 for publication in the journal AJP-LUNG.
Congratulations to Mia Klein and Hussein Kassam, postdoctoral fellows in Dr. Kibbe’s Lab, in collaboration with Erica Peters, Ph.D., and Jess Rouan, M.D., both also in the Kibbe Lab, for publishing paper, titled “Development of Optimized Tissue-Factor-Targeted Peptide Amphiphile Nanofibers to Slow Non-Compressible Torso Hemorrhage”, in the journal ACSNANO. With their McAllister Heart Institute … Read more