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February 5, 2015:

Great news! Congratulations go to Pharm. PhD student Sara DiNapoli, who was awarded an F31 fellowship from NCI for her project titled: "Understanding the role of Polycomb Repressive Complex 2 in Melanoma." Her PhD mentor is Dr. Yariv Houvras, and co-mentor is Dr. Ari Melnick.

January 2, 2015:

Dr. Michael Peterson, a postdoctoral fellow on the Cancer Pharmacology Training Grant (Danishefsky lab), has accepted a faculty position at the College of Wooster in Wooster, Ohio. Congratulations, Mike!

December 12, 2014:

Jocelin Kalish, a Pharmacology PhD student in the Gudas lab, will receive funding from NIH for her F31 fellowship. Congratulations to Jocelin!!!

December 1, 2014:

Drs. Jaffrey and Sauve have shown that noise-induced hearing loss in a mouse can be prevented by using a simple chemical compound, nicotinamide riboside, that is a precursor to vitamin B3!! To read more: click here

October 2, 2014:

Dr. Anthony Sauve spoke at the New York Weill Cornell Council on "From A to Zinc: What you and your family don't know about vitamins and supplements." The other speaker was Dr. Orli Etingin, Medical Director, Iris Cantor Women's Health Center, Weill Cornell. Here is a picture of Dr. Sauve with some of the attendees who had questions after the talks.

February 3, 2015:

Willam Lee Kraus, Ph.D, Professor, Cecil H and Ida Green Distinguished Chair in Reproductive Biology Sciences, Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology, Pharmacology. UT South Western Medical Center
Room: A-950
Host: Dr. Lorraine J. Gudas
“Control of Cellular Signaling and Differentiation Programs by PARP-1, a Multifunctional Regulator of Chromatin and Transcription”