Spring Trainee Research Symposium
The Rogel Cancer Center congratulates our award winners from the Annual Trainee Research Symposium June 14, 2018
Short Talk Prize
Anna McCarter (Mentor: Mark Chiang)
Graduate Student, Rogel Cancer Center Program: Cancer Genetics
ETS1 DRIVES T-CELL LEUKEMIA BY ENHANCING NOTCH1 ACTIVITY AT ONCOGENIC TARGET GENES
Poster 1st Prize
Mirna Perusina-Lanfranca (Mentor: Tim Frankel)
Post Doc Fellow, Rogel Cancer Center Program: Cancer Hematopoiesis & Immunology
INTERLEUKIN 22 PROMOTES PANCREATIC CANCER TUMORIGENESIS
Poster 2nd Prize (tie)
Ally Hawkins (Mentor: Beth Lawlor)
Graduate Student, Rogel Cancer Center Program: Cancer Biology
b-CATENIN ACTIVATION ALTERS THE EWING SARCOMA SECRETOME REVEALING A NOVEL LINK BETWEEN WNT AND TGFb SIGNALING
Surinder Kumar (Mentor: David Lombard)
Post Doc Fellow, Rogel Cancer Center Program: Cancer Genetics
THE SIRTUIN SIRT5 DESUCCINYLATES AND REGULATES EWS-FLI1 ACTIVITY IN EWING SARCOMA
Poster 3rd Prize
Dipika Mohan (Mentor: Gary Hammer)
Graduate Student, Rogel Cancer Center Program: Developmental Therapeutics
G0S2 HYPERMETHYLATION PREDICTS RAPID RECURRENCE AND DEATH IN ADRENOCORTICAL CARCINOMA
Congratulations to all trainees and mentors and thanks to all the attendees for their enthusiasm and participation!
Your commitment to research excellence and to improving the lives of cancer patients is a source of tremendous pride for all of us in the Rogel Cancer Center.
Elizabeth R. Lawlor M.D., Ph.D.
Associate Director for Education & Training
Elise R. Pfaltzgraff, Ph.D.
Please contact Elise Pfaltzgraff, PhD at firstname.lastname@example.org.