Der Lab member, Nate Diehl, recently attended the 45th Annual Postdoc Faculty Research Day-- a symposium run primarily by the ITCMS Postdoc trainees and welcome to all of UNC Lineberger trainees and graduate students. Nate was awarded for Best Graduate Student Poster. He presented on Life without KRAS: profiling the KRAS-dependent kinome to identify novel therapeutic vulnerabilities … Continue reading Nate Diehl Awarded at Postdoc Day
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
Nate Diehl was awarded an NCI F30 Individual Predoctoral MD/Ph.D. fellowship entitled “Validation of WEE1 kinase as a clinical target in KRAS-mutant pancreatic cancer”. Jenny Klomp, Ph.D., was awarded an NCI F32 Individual Postdoctoral fellowship entitled “Defining the roles of the ERK MAPK in driving KRAS-mutant pancreatic cancer growth”. Congratulations to you both!
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.