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With nearly 1,200 impressions highlights the pre-cancer atlas published in Nature Portfolio: npj Breast Cancer co-authored by a team of six UVM Cancer Center investigators, Janet Stein, Ph.D., Donald Weaver, M.D., Gary Stein, Ph.D., Brian Sprague, Ph.D., Jonathan Gordon, Ph.D., and Mark Evans, Ph.D. Read here.
The Bouchard lab works on blood coagulation and mechanisms regulating factor V endocytosis by megakaryocytes. Read more.
Hinfp is a guardian of the somatic genome by repressing transposable elements
Nirala NK, Li Q, Ghule PN, Chen HJ, Li R, Zhu LJ, Wang R, Rice NP, Mao J, Stein JL, Stein GS, van Wijnen AJ, Ip YT. Hinfp is a guardian of the somatic genome by repressing transposable elements. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2021 Oct 12;118(41):e2100839118. doi: 10.1073/pnas.2100839118. PMID: 34620709; PMCID: PMC8521681.
Congratulations to Dr. Delphine Quenet who has been accepted as a faculty fellow in the Malate Dehydrogenase CUREs Community Faculty Fellow Cohort 2022 and to the Eastern regional hub
Congratulations to Dr. Jay Silveira who is the recipient of the AY 2021-2022 Kroepsch-Maurice Excellence in Teaching Award at the rank of Assistant Professor
Congratulations to Dr. Paula Tracy and Dr. Scott Morrical on their appointments as Professor of Biochemistry Emerita.
Congratulations to Dr. Paula Tracy who has been recognized for her effectiveness in supporting diversity, equity, and inclusion and is the recipient of the UVM 2022 Gender Equity Lifetime Achievement Award.
Please join us in congratulating Dr. Chris Francklyn on his new position of Director of the Vermont Biomedical Research Network (PBRN).
A warm welcome to the new Post-Doctoral members of the Stein/Lian Lab: Louis Dillac, Rabail Toor, and Rahim Ullah.
Several biochemistry students have received awards for continuing their Summer 2019 research. Read more.
View the most recent Department of Biochemistry publications on PubMed.