Please join us for the PhD Defense Seminar of Leanne Dumeny titled, “Clinical and Genetic Predictors of Aldosterone Receptor Antagonist Response in Patients with Heart Failure,” on October 29th at 1:00 PM
Congratulations to new MD-PhD student Delaney Ding, who coauthored a recent paper in “Clinical Infectious Diseases” with a research group at Massachusetts General Hospital entitled “Determining the Incidence of Asymptomatic SARS-CoV-2 among Early Recipients of COVID-19 Vaccines: A Prospective Cohort Study of Healthcare Workers before, during and after Vaccination [DISCOVER-COVID-19]”. This study raises important questions about whether positive COVID tests in vaccinated asymptomatic individuals represent transient infections or false positive tests.
Anna Fusco‘s recent article, “Respiratory dysfunction in a mouse model of spinocerebellar ataxia type 7” was just accepted for publication in Disease Models & Mechanisms.
Four of our outstanding scholars, Yuxing Xia, Zachary Krumm, Connor Francis, and Lith Nasif, successfully completed a publication in Virology Journal, which hypothesizes that the development of a multi-drug cocktail targeting precise proteins, critical to the viral replication cycle, will help to inhibit COVID-19 replication and reduce its spread, as well as help to combat future coronaviruses.
Congratulations, Yuxing Xia, Emily Helm, and William Dodd, on your outstanding research presentations in the Biomedical Sciences PhD Program! Your award selections at the Medical Guild Research Symposium speaks volumes of your dedication and effort for such an excellent outcome.
Gold Award Winner
Yuxing Xia (Neuroscience)
Mentor: Benoit Giasson, Ph.D.
“Pathogenic tau promotes the formation of brain inclusions and
brain-gut degeneration in tau SPAM mice”.
Silver Award Winners
Emily Helm (Immunology and Microbiology)
Mentor: Stephanie Karst, Ph.D.
“A novel neonatal mouse model of norovirus diarrhea to elucidate
mechanisms of disease induction.”
Bronze Award Winners
William Dodd (Physiology and Functional Genomics)
Mentor: Brian Hoh, M.D.
“Peptide hormone adropin is protective after subarachnoid hemorrhage”
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