For the month of November, the Der and Cox labs have gone purely purple. The dress code is inspired by the official pancreatic cancer ribbon and is worn all month to bring awareness to pancreatic cancer. See ABC 11's interview with Dr. Jen Jen Yeh and Dr. Kirsten Bryant here. Photos courtesy of the UNC … Continue reading Der Lab Goes Purple for Pancreatic Awareness
This year lab members Antje Schaefer and Andrew Waters presented at the FASEB: Regulation and Function of Small GTPases Conference in Olean, New York. Antje's presentation, pictured below, was on "The gain-of-function mutation Y42C in RHOA promotes FAK activation and dependency in diffuse gastric cancer."
This summer, the Der, Cox, Campbell, and Counter labs visited Emerald Isle, NC. Together they spent three days giving talks, getting to know one another, and discussing upcoming projects.
UNC Lineberger’s Channing Der, PhD, and colleagues have made new findings that could help researchers identify treatments for cancers with mutations in the RAS gene family, which are among the most highly mutated genes in cancer.