Welcome to our group!
NEWS: Congratulations Alyssa and Baicheng on their MS degrees!!!
Alyssa will start her PhD studies in Cancer Biology at Emory University.
Baicheng will join the Biomedical Sciences PhD Program at Medical University of South Carolina.
GENOME MAINTENANCE MECHANISMS, CANCER, AND AGING:
What is Fission yeast? Fission yeast is highly amenable to genetic and biochemical analyses to understand basic cellular functions. Wide variety of genetic manipulations available in fission yeast readily allow you to determine functions of genes and proteins involved. Since many of cellular mechanisms in Fission yeast are similar to those of humans, the information quickly obtained by yeast studies can be extrapolate to human systems.
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Our research has been funded by grants from:
---Leukemia Research Foundation (2006-2007)
---Pennsylvania Department of Health (2007-2008 & 2016-2018)
---W. W. Smith Charitable Trust (2007-2008; 2018-2019)
---National Institute of General Medical Sciences: NIH-NIGMS (2008-2014)
---Recovery Act of 2009: NIH-NIGMS (2009-2011)
---National Institute on Aging: NIH-NIA (2009-2012)
---Drexl University Co-op Undergraduate Research Program (2010)
---The Aging Initiative at Drexel University College of Medicine (2008-2011 & 2013-2015)
---National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism: NIH-NIAAA (2018-2020)
Awards and Honors:
Eishi Noguchi (The W. W. Smith Charitable Trust Award for Cancer Research)
Jasmine Peake (Career Day, Chestnutwold Elementary School)
|Jasmine Peake (NIH Diversity Supplements/Berkowitz-Noguchi)|