Leelabati Biswas, an MD-PhD student in the Microbiology & Molecular Genetics Program, is the 2022 winner of the American Medical Association Research Challenge.
Tumor microbiome links cellular programs and immunity in pancreatic cancer.
Bassel Ghaddar, an MD/PhD candidate in Cellular & Molecular Pharmacology, has won a prestigious award at the National Cancer Institute (NCI)'s ITCR Annual conference for presenting NeighborSeq – an innovative method for reconstructing cell-cell interaction networks in somatic tissues at single cell resolution.
Natalie Burchat, a PhD candidate in Physiology & Integrative Biology, received first prize for best presentation at the International Conference on the Bioscience of Lipids
Zbtb20 identifies and controls a thymus-derived population of regulatory T cells that play a role in intestinal homeostasis
Targeting hepatic kisspeptin receptor ameliorates non-alcoholic fatty liver disease in a mouse model
Stephania Guzman, a 4th year PhD candidate in Cellular & Molecular Pharmacology, has been awarded an F31 from the NIH, “Hepatic kisspeptin receptor signaling in nonalcoholic fatty liver”.
Gyu Ik (Daniel) Jung, a 4th year PhD candidate in Cell & Developmental Biology, received the Rutgers School of Arts & Sciences 2020-2021 Award For Distinguished Contributions To Undergraduate Education. Daniel served as the Teaching Assistant for Genetic Analysis I and Genetic Analysis 2 from Fall 2019 to Spring 2021.
Fabrication of a Multilayer Implantable Cortical Microelectrode Probe to Improve Recording Potential.
Developing Human Pluripotent Stem Cell-Based Cerebral Organoids with a Controllable Microglia Ratio for Modeling Brain Development and Pathology.
D. A. Robles*, A. J. Boreland*, Z. P. Pang, and J. D. Zahn, "A Cerebral Organoid Connectivity Apparatus to Model Neuronal Tract Circuitry," Micromachines, vol. 12, no. 12, 2021, doi: 10.3390/mi12121574.
*These authors contributed equally to this work.
Paul Kraycer, a 4th year PhD candidate in Cellular & Molecular Pharmacology, has been awarded a fellowship from the NJ Commission on Cancer Research, "The Role of Sliding in Cohesin Accumulation and Function on Chromosomes”.
SOX4 and SMARCA4 cooperatively regulate PI3k signaling through transcriptional activation of TGFBR2.
Andrew Boreland, a 4th year PhD candidate in Cell and Developmental Biology, has been chosen as one of three pre-doctoral students among Rutgers, NJIT, and Princeton University to receive an NIH TL1 fellowship and membership in the NJ ACTS Training Program in Clinical and Translational Science.
Meiosis interrupted: the genetics of female infertility via meiotic failure.
Of rodents and ruminants: a comparison of small noncoding RNA requirements in mouse and bovine reproduction.
Description of Imasa heleensis, gen. nov., sp. nov. (Imasidae, fam. nov.), a Deep-Branching Marine Malawimonad and Possible Key Taxon in Understanding Early Eukaryotic Evolution.
Sex-Dependent Effects of 7,8-Dihydroxyflavone on Metabolic Health Are Associated with Alterations in the Host Gut Microbiome.
Recent Advances in Integrative Multi-Omics Research in Breast and Ovarian Cancer.
B7 immune-checkpoints as targets for the treatment of neuroendocrine tumors.
Palmitate exacerbates bisphenol A toxicity via induction of ER stress and mitochondrial dysfunction.
Allele-Specific Chromosome Removal after Cas9 Cleavage in Human Embryos
Purification of a heterodimeric Reelin construct to investigate binding stoichiometry.
A simplified design for the C. elegans lifespan machine
Vrushank Bhatt was awarded a Mistletoe Research Fellowship.
Sierra Swords was awarded a National Institues of Health pre-doctoral fellowship "The Role of RME-8 in Neuronal Health and Parkinson's Disease"
Mutation of NEKL-4/NEK10 and TTLL genes suppress neuronal ciliary degeneration caused by loss of CCPP-1 deglutamylase function.
Differential sensitivity of human neurons carrying μ opioid receptor (MOR) N40D variants in response to ethanol.
Liquid biopsies in non-small cell lung cancer management: what can we learn from methylation status and mutant allele frequencies?
Synj1 haploinsufficiency causes dopamine neuron vulnerability and alpha-synuclein accumulation in mice
Paulinella, a model for understanding plastid primary endosymbiosis.
Caenorhabditis elegans nuclear RNAi factor SET-32 deposits the transgenerational histone modification.
May-uyen Nguyen was awarded a National Institutes of Health pre-doctoral fellowship “Functions of KAT2A and KAT2B in in intestinal homeostasis and colon cancer”
Current advances in in vitro models of central nervous system trauma.
Human iPSC-derived mature microglia retain their identity and functionally integrate in the chimeric mouse brain.
G protein-coupled kisspeptin receptor induces metabolic reprograming and tumorigenesis in estrogen receptor-negative breast cancer
G protein-coupled kisspeptin receptor induces metabolic reprograming and tumorigenesis in estrogen receptor-negative breast cancer.
Intratumoral injection of the seasonal flu shot converts immunologically cold tumors to hot and serves as an immunotherapy for cancer.
Yanira Gonzalez-Rodriguez was awarded NJ Commission on Cancer Research pre-doctoral fellowship " Regulation of DNA Repair and Cell Cycle Checkpoints by BRCA1 and BLM"
Christen Khella was awarded NJ Commission on Cancer Research pre-doctoral fellowship " HCK is a novel oncogenic driver of tumorigenesis in poor prognostic high-grade serous"
Victor Tan was awarded NJ Commission on Cancer Research pre-doctoral fellowship "Application of Rutgers CRISPR Base Editing Technology to Increase Bone Marrow Matching for Treatment of Leukemia"
Nisha Singh was awarded a State of New Jersey Commission on Spinal Cord Research fellowship "Role of Guanine-Based Purines After SCI"
Elevated Choline Kinase α-Mediated Choline Metabolism Supports the Prolonged Survival of TRAF3-Deficient B Lymphocytes.
Utility and First Clinical Application of Screening Embryos for Polygenic Disease Risk Reduction
Integrative proteogenomic analyses of human tumours identifies ADNP as a novel oncogenic mediator of cell cycle progression in high-grade serous ovarian cancer with poor prognosis.
The Transcription Factor PLZF Is Necessary for the Development and Function of Mouse Basophils.
Emerging Role of SOX Proteins in Breast Cancer Development and Maintenance.
Validation of concurrent preimplantation genetic testing for polygenic and monogenic disorders, structural rearrangements, and whole and segmental chromosome aneuploidy with a single universal platform.
KISS1/KISS1R and Breast Cancer: Metastasis Promoter.
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