Cancer Cell Biology trainees, as a part of their T32-required course, “PHCO 737: Target-based drug discovery and cancer treatment”, recently took a field trip to the Biomanufacturing Research Institute and Technology […]
Trainees Erica Cloer, from the Major Lab, and Meagan Ryan, from the Cox and Der Labs, were honored with the opportunity to present talks at this year’s Joint Translational Medicine Symposium. […]
CCBTP trainee John Runge recently attended the annual retreat for the Cancer Biology Training Consortium (CABTRAC) in Pittsburgh, PA. He attended this retreat along with CCBTP Director Adrienne Cox, ITCMS postdoctoral […]
Former Cancer Cell Biology trainee Meagan Ryan recently defended her thesis on October 26, 2016. Meagan is jointly mentored by Adrienne Cox and Channing Der. Her thesis was titled “Targeting […]
CCBTP Trainee Ricky Antonia, and CCBTP Director Adrienne Cox attended this years SACNAS National Diversity in STEM Conference. This event is organized by Society for Advancement of Chicanos/Hispanics and Native Americans in […]
CCBTP Trainee Christina Marvin gave an oral presentation at the recent American Chemical Society (ACS) National Meeting and Exposition (August 22, 2016).
Congratulations to Aleisha Smith on the award of her new F31 independent fellowship! Aleisha has just been awarded an individual predoctoral fellowship from the National Cancer Institute for her grant […]
The CCBTP trainees recently spent an evening bowling, this was a great opportunity for the trainees to socialize and build community within the program. Director Adrienne Cox and assistant director Ben […]
The 7th Annual Translational Medicine Symposium was a great success, with presentations from trainees, a great poster session, and a fabulous talk by the invited speaker Dr. Paul Kirschmeier!
CCBTP trainee John Runge recently won a Scholar-in-Training award to travel to the AACR Special Meeting on Chromatin and Epigenetics, September 24-27 in Atlanta, GA. While at the meeting, John presented […]