was interviewed in CytoSource section of the journal “ Cancer Cytopathology” issue of Sept 16, 2015, the official journal of the American Cancer Society: "Assessing the aftermath of an alcohol-fueled weekend: Alcohol-induced DNA damage and faulty repairs may raise the risk of certain cancers, but resveratrol could provide some relief" Read more here
has a recently accepted manuscript in Molecular Cell "Effects of transcription elongation rate and Xrn2 exonuclease activity on RNA polymerase II termination suggest widespread kinetic competition"
Congratulations to Veronica Searles, PhD 2015!
Congratulations to Suzi Bryan, PhD 2015!
Congratulations to Melanie Blevins, PhD 2015!
Congratulations to Yumeng Hao, PhD 2015!
Congratulations to Julie Woodman, PhD 2015!
has recently been awarded an NIH R01 Grant “Structure and function of U5 snRNP” and an NIH R21 Grant "Developing cancer therapies through targeting the SIX1/Eya transcriptional complex."
has recently been awarded a Linda Crnic Institute Grant.
has recently been awarded an NIH R21 Grant "Nrf2-mediated impaired hematopoietic stem cell fitness following irradiation."
was quoted in the Chemical and Engineering News
about his talk on yeast molecular genetics and craft beer brewing in Colorado at the American Chemical Society Meeting last month. Read the full article here
received CO-Pilot Independent Faculty Awards from the CCTSI. "Analyzing changes in human hematopoietic mutational landscapes with age."
was recently named scientist of the week by Laboratory Equipment. See more here