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Graduate Student, Natalie Tanke, In Collaboration With The Cook Lab (UNC Biochemistry and Biophysics) Receives F31 Predoctoral Fellowship Award From The National Institutes Of Health’s (NIH) National Heart, Lung, And Blood Institute (NHLBI)

April 20, 2021

Congratulations to Natalie Tanke, a graduate student in Dr. Bautch’s Lab, in collaboration with the lab of Jean Cook, Ph.D., Professor of Biochemistry and Biophysics; Associate Dean for Graduate Education, for recently receiving an F31 predoctoral fellowship award from NIH’s NHLBI. The fellowship provides ongoing stipend support for their project, titled “Endothelial Cell Cycle Responses … Read more

The Bautch Lab Publishes In Angiogenesis

April 20, 2021

Congratulations to the lab of Victoria L. Bautch, Ph.D., Beverly Long Chapin Distinguished Professor of Biology; Co-Director, UNC McAllister Heart Institute, for publishing paper, titled “SMAD6 Transduces Endothelial Cell Flow Responses Required for Vascular Homeostasis” in the journal Angiogenesis.   The work from Dr. Bautch’s lab was led by former postdoctoral fellow, Dr. Dana Ruter, … Read more

Graduate Student, Danielle Berlin, In Collaboration With Post-baccalaureate Student, Allison Marvin, Former Undergraduate Student, Katy Davis, and Former Postdoctoral Research Student, Erich Kushner, Publishes In Angiogenesis

August 10, 2020

Congratulations to Danielle Berlin, a cell biology and physiology graduate student in the Bautch Lab, in collaboration with Allison Marvin, postbac, Katy Davis, former undergrad, and Erich Kushner, former postdoc, all associated with the Bautch Lab, for publishing paper, titled “Excess centrosomes disrupt vascular lumenization and endothelial cell adherens junctions”, in Angiogenesis. The paper describes … Read more