First paper from the lab entitled “A zebrafish model of Granulin deficiency reveals essential roles in myeloid cell differentiation” now accepted at Blood Advances! Nice work team!.
Congratulations to our student David Reynolds, recipient of University Honors Program Grant and a Stewart Research Award to develop an imaging device for the visualization in vivo of hematopoietic stem cells!.
Congratulations Espin-Campbell team for the second place in the ATRB window decorating contest! Great job with that zebrafish scientist!
Our lab has been funded with an R03 from the NIH-NIDDK to study how granulin triggers myeloid cell differentiation! Thank you NIH for supporting our research!
Ashley Winterowd has been awarded Dean’s High Impact Undergraduate Research Award! She is joining our lab this fall to explore how granulin could be utilized as a therapeutic drug for the treatment of myeloid leukemia.
Congratulations to our undergraduate student Abigail Gorden, who has been recently awarded with the Dean’s High Impact Undergraduate Research Award! She will be working on deciphering the enigmatic roles for Notch and NFkB in Hematopoietic Stem Cell formation.