Emily (and the lab) receive a Career Development grant from the Department of Defense to use mouse models of renal cancer progression and metastasis for understanding a treating PBRM1 mutant renal cancers.
We are sad to say goodbye to Dev, but very happy for him as he heads off to UMass Medical School for a prestigious position in HHMI investigator Michael Greene's laboratory. Thanks for all your hard work and good luck on your new endeavors!
Alisha joins the lab as a new postdoc working on the BAF complex mutations and cancer. Welcome!
Aktan receives the Miles Graduate Scholarship Award from the Purdue University Center for Cancer Research. Congrats!
Aktan receives a one year fellowship from the Purdue College of Pharmacy for his work on CBX8. Congrats!
Dylan, a talented new undergraduate in the lab working on CBX8, receives a research scholarship from the Purdue Honors College for the summer and a Martin Agricultural Research Fund Scholarship for the 2017-2018 academic year. Congrats!
Rachel, a new undergraduate in the lab will be supported this summer and next semester through a prestigious CPIP fellowship looking at epigenetic regulators and stress. Congrats!
Our U01 application to understand the role of PBRM1 in renal cancer was funded by the NCI!
Libby's paper on the role of individual bromodomains of Polybromo-1 in renal cancer has been accepted to JBC. Congratulations!
Katelyn's paper in Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine on CBX7 chromodomain inhibition increasing cancer susceptibility to doxorubicin treatment is published. Congratulations!
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Artwork by Libby Porter