Dr. Pires’ abstract entitled, PRDM16 is a Novel Regulator of Cardiac Hypertrophy, Remodeling and Mitochondrial Dynamics, was accepted for presentation at one of the American Heart Association’s Specialty Conferences in 2018 and is among the top 10 percent of the accepted abstracts presented at the conference. Because of her top-scoring abstract, she has been selected to re-present…Details
Dr. Karla Pires, from Dr. Sihem Boudina’s lab, was requested to give an oral presentation at one of the prestigious heart congress: Basic Cardiovascular Science Scientific Session coming up in San Antonio, Texas July 30-August 2, 2018.
Dr. Angie Serrano from Dr. Joe Yost’s lab has been awarded a 2 year AHA Postdoctoral Grant for the project “The roles of Kmt2d in vasculogenesis.”
Graduate Research Assistant, Alicia Eustes, ties for first place at the III Initiative Annual Symposium held May 11th, 2018. Signal-Dependent Golgi Formation and De Novo Glycosylation in Human Platelets Background Golgi are necessary for post-translational modification of proteins, including glycosylation, in nucleated cells. Platelets actively translate proteins. Nevertheless, whether golgi form in platelets under…Details
Dr. Seul-Ki Park, currently a postdoc in Dr. J David Symons’ lab, received an AHA Travel Award to attend the conference “Vascular Discovery:From Genes to Medicine, and make an oral presentation of her work titled: Similar increases in arterial shear-rate evoked by handgrip exercise activate autophagy and eNOS to a lesser extent in primary endothelial cells from…Details
Bhanu Manne, PhD. awarded the American Heart Association (AHA) 2018 Postdoctoral Fellowship
Evan Dale Abel, MD, PhD. at the University of Iowa and Andy Weyrich, PhD. at the University of Utah have been awarded a R61 entitled, “OPA1 an Estrogen-Mediated Modulator of Platelet Hyperactivation.”
See the winning abstract and interview with Robert Campbell, PhD here by scrolling to the middle of the page.
Post-Doc Alec McKenzie, in Dr. Micah Drummond’s Lab, has recently received a NIH F31 NRSA Fellowship grant from the National Institute on Aging. The grant title is “Metformin to prevent inactivity-induced loss of muscle health during aging”.
Dr. J. David Symons’ Post Doc, Leena Panneerseelan-Bharath, received the Werner Risau Early Career Investigator in Vascular Biology Award. See an excerpt of the notice below: Arteriosclerosis, Thrombosis, and Vascular Biology Editorial Office www.heart.org January 19, 2018 Dear Dr. Panneerseelan-Bharath: On behalf of the Editors of Arteriosclerosis, Thrombosis, and Vascular Biology, I am pleased to…Details