Dr. Jie Ying Chan has completed a Ph.D. Degree in Pharmacology
Dr. Jie Ying Chan has successfully defended her thesis and completed her doctorate in Pharmacology at the University of Minnesota’s Department of Pharmacology.
“Targeting insulin receptor in human breast cancer using engineered protein scaffolds”
Dr. Chan will be continuing to work with her mentor, Dr. Douglas Yee, as she explores her career and employment oportunities.
Dr. Cheuk Leung has been awarded an NIH R01 Grant!
Dr. Cheuk Leung has successfully secured an NIH r01 Grant entitled "Control of quiescence and outgrowth in latent breast preneoplastic cells"! Please congratulate him on his latest achievement!
New Publication From the Levinson Lab
Congratulations to the Levinson Lab on theirnew publication!
- A water-mediated allosteric network governs activation of Aurora kinase A.
Soreen Cyphers, Emily F Ruff, Julie M Behr, John D Chodera, Nicholas M Levinson
Nature Chemical Biology (2017) doi:10.1038/nchembio.2296
Mariya Shapovalova Awarded DOD Fellowship
Mariya Shapovalova, a 2nd year Pharmacology Ph.D. Student in Dr. Aaron LeBeau’s lab, has been awarded a Fellowship from the Department of Defense’s Prostate Cancer Research Program! This Program aims "to find and fund research that will lead to the elimination of death from prostate cancer and enhance the well-being of men experiencing the impact of the disease."
Please congratulate Mariya on this outstanding achievement!