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12/14/2015
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Eliza Lanzillo ’16 is a senior at Brown University studying psychology. Eliza is passionate about psychology and prioritizing mental health on college campuses, and her passion extends beyond the classroom. As President of Brown’s chapter of Active Minds, she organizes events and monthly gatherings…

Landscape Analysis of RNA-Seq and SCA Publications
10/11/2015
Landscape Analysis of RNA-Seq and SCA Publications

Landscape Analysis of RNA-Seq and SCA Publications

Select Biosciences performed an analysis on the RNA-Seq space—one of the exciting segments of the broader next-generation sequencing (NGS) space as it impacts single cell analysis.

Spotlight on genetic changes to embryos
09/03/2015
Spotlight on genetic changes to embryos

Spotlight on genetic changes to embryos

Five high-profile research bodies in the United Kingdom are calling for a sensible discussion on genetic changes to embryos.

Unpacking the Epigenetics of Cancer
08/30/2015
Unpacking the Epigenetics of Cancer

Unpacking the Epigenetics of Cancer

Research into chromatin factors provides an increasing level of detail regarding their interactions with multiple targets, cancer epigenetics is emerging as a rapidly developing area of research.

I will be attending this meeting as a board member and there is a student research conference associated with it, we cou...
08/24/2015
Student Research Conference

I will be attending this meeting as a board member and there is a student research conference associated with it, we could work it out to take a couple of students, anyone interested? If so let me know and I will figure out a way to select from those interested.

https://www.sigmaxi.org/meetings-events/student-research-conference

Student Research Conference October 23-24, 2015 Sheraton Kansas City Hotel at Crown CenterKansas City, Missouri #SigmaXimtg Outstanding high school, undergraduate, and graduate students are invited to join research scientists from North America and abroad for a celebration of research accomplishment…

New Research Suggests Sugar Causes Cancer - Herbs Info
07/15/2015
New Research Suggests Sugar Causes Cancer - Herbs Info

New Research Suggests Sugar Causes Cancer - Herbs Info

New scientific research has identified sugar not only as the fuel source for an already existing cancer, but as a primary driver in the "switch" from healthy, ordinary cells to... [read more]

Data Disclosure Leads Researchers to End Study of Obesity Drug
05/13/2015
Data Disclosure Leads Researchers to End Study of Obesity Drug

Data Disclosure Leads Researchers to End Study of Obesity Drug

The maker of Contrave released early results from a clinical trial that suggested the drug was more beneficial than it actually is, according to the researchers who oversaw the study.

05/06/2015
3 Unsung Women Who Changed Science Forever

3 Unsung Women Who Changed Science Forever

Some of history's unsung innovators get their due in the new book Headstrong: 52 Women Who Changed Science -- and the World by Rachel Swaby. A sample of the distinguished discoverers.... By Zoe Donaldson @media only screen and (min-wi...

Debate Flares Over Genetically Modified Embryos
04/24/2015
Debate Flares Over Genetically Modified Embryos

Debate Flares Over Genetically Modified Embryos

Are scientists playing with fire? That's suddenly a big question for bioethicists, now that researchers in China have confirmed that they genetically modified human embryos for the first time ever. Rumors about the research first circulated in...

Bacteria use CRISPR to Recognize Themselves
04/14/2015
Bacteria use CRISPR to Recognize Themselves

Bacteria use CRISPR to Recognize Themselves

Researchers at the Weizmann Institute of Science and Tel Aviv University have revealed how the bacterial immune system is to detect the difference between "foreign" and "self."

Students from Dr. Amy Stockert's lab in pharmacy that presented at the Butler Undergraduate Research Colloquium on April...
04/11/2015

Students from Dr. Amy Stockert's lab in pharmacy that presented at the Butler Undergraduate Research Colloquium on April 10. Top right is P3 Jena Donley who presented collaborative research between Dr. Jake Zimmerman of chemistry and Dr. Stockert. Jena presented on the anti microbial activities of a variety compounds. Top middle is P3 Angela Smith who presented evaluations of fat cell size and shape when treated with cinnamon. Top right is P2 Olivia Dinsmore and P3 Emily Wells who are presenting collaborative research between Pharmacy professors Drs. Tarek Mahfouz and Stockert. Their presentation described the full development of a new potential antibiotic from modeling to determination of inhibitory potential. Bottom left is P3s Sarah (right) and Kaitlin (left) Bova who are presenting a study of how the transcription factor FoxO1 is altered by cinnamon treatment, a collaborative project between Dr. Amy Aulthouse of biology and Dr. Stockert. Bottom right is P4 Jimesh Raval (left) and P2 Rachel Bulko (right) who are presenting the effects of cinnamon treatment in breast cancer cells, a collaborative project between Dr. David Kinder of pharmacy and Drs. Aulthouse and Stockert.

Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News
04/09/2015

Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News

Spicy First Views of the Wasabi Receptor http://ow.ly/LorZD

Protein's structure will guide hunt for new treatments of inflammation-induced pain.

04/08/2015

Rather than meeting for experiments today- we will meet Thursday at 1pm in the dean's conference room to go over travel details

04/02/2015

I see a paper about a certain transcription factor in our future😀

04/02/2015

I would like to thank ALL of my students for their hard work and dedication to research. I am thankful for each and everyone of you! Being at the conference reminded me how lucky I am to have you all!

Boston Pics from the expo and cityscape
04/02/2015

Boston Pics from the expo and cityscape

Ohio Northern University Rudolph H. Raabe College of Pharmacy
03/31/2015

Ohio Northern University Rudolph H. Raabe College of Pharmacy

ONU students Olivia Dinsmore and Emily Wells present at the Experimental Biology Conference in Boston, MA. The Ohio Northern Pharmacy team also visited stem cell researcher and ONU alumni Dr. Carla Kim's laboratory at Harvard Medical Center.

Thank you to Professor Amy Stockert for the updates. Have fun in Boston!

Great job!
03/31/2015

Great job!

03/28/2015

Visited Carla Kim's lab and Harvard. Awesome!

Boston!  Shuttle to EB.
03/28/2015

Boston! Shuttle to EB.

Cool
03/19/2015
New Alzheimer’s treatment fully restores memory function

Cool

Australian researchers have come up with a non-invasive ultrasound technology that clears the brain of neurotoxic amyloid plaques - structures that are responsible for memory loss and a decline in cognitive function in Alzheimer’s patients. If a...

03/11/2015

Reminder: There will be a lab meeting tomorrow (Thursday 3-12) in the Cousiano Conference Room starting at 1:15PM. The later start time is because I have a guest lecture to give from 12 to 1.

New map of human genetics contains clues for Alzheimer's and cancer
02/20/2015
New map of human genetics contains clues for Alzheimer's and cancer

New map of human genetics contains clues for Alzheimer's and cancer

Alzheimer's disease may involve the immune system, and researchers might have figured out how to pinpoint the origin of a cancer that has spread prior to diagnosis.These are just some of the...

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