Libby and Katelyn's paper describing the utility of sequential salt extractions is published in JoVE. Congratulations!
Ben, a recent PhD graduate from the Biochemistry Department joined our lab as a postdoc to help develop and analyze genome-wide sequencing datasets. Welcome!
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!
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