News and Alumni Updates

2011 Graduates

binder_k   Kyle Binder, MD, PhD

cheng_y Yu Cheng, MD, PhD

bradbury coan_hHeather Coan, PhD
conover_m Matt Conover, PhD
krishnan_bBhavani Krishnan, PhD
pandya_h Hetal Pandya, PhD

Areepan Sophonsritsuk, MD, PhDAreepan Sophonsritsuk, MD, PhD

wu_m Min Wu, PhD

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CONGRATULATIONS

Recipient - Alumni Student Travel Award
2011 Meeting of the American Association for Cancer Research, Orlando, FL
April 2011

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Bhavani Krishnan
(PhD Candidate)
E-mail: bkrishna@wakehealth.edu
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CONGRATULATIONS

Recipient - Alumni Student Travel Award
2010 Meeting of the American Society of Human Genetics in Washington,  DC
November 2010

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Jacklyn N. Hellwege
(PhD Candidate)
E-mail:  jhellweg@wakehealth.edu

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CONGRATULATIONS

Recipient - Alumni Student Travel Award
66th Annual Meeting of American Society for Reproductive Medicine
October, 23-27, 2010 
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Areepan Sophonsritsuk
(PhD candidate)
E-mail: asophons@wakehealth.edu

Abstract"Estrogen Therapy and Cardiovascular Disease: Could Arterial Expression of Interleukin 17 Provide Some Answers to the Timing Hypothesis? A Study of Early and Late Menopause in Non-human Primates."

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Student Work Featured in Reuter's Article

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Kyle Binder
(MD/PhD candidate)
E-mail: kbinder@wakehealth.edu  

Inkjet-like device "prints" cells right over burns. (Reuters) - Inspired by a standard office inkjet printer, U.S. researchers have rigged up a device that can spray skin cells directly onto burn victims, quickly protecting and healing their wounds as an alternative to skin grafts....read more

CONGRATULATIONS  

Recipient 1/14/2010 - The Armed Forces Institute of Regenerative Medicine Burn Repair
Conference Award, and
November 19, 2009 - Recipient of the Gold Medal in Basic Science for
Students during the Division of Surgical Sciences Research Day


 

Alumni Spotlight
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Class of 1998
Felicia Dare Goodrum
Press Release - July 9, 2009

PRESIDENT HONORS OUTSTANDING EARLY-CAREER SCIENTISTS

President Obama today named 100 beginning researchers as recipients of the Presidential Early Career Awards for Scientists and Engineers, the highest honor bestowed by the United States government on young professionals in the early stages of their independent research careers.  The recipient scientists and engineers will receive their awards in the Fall at a White House ceremony. We are proud to announce that Dr. Felicia Goodrum, a 1998 graduate of the Molecular Genetics and Genomics Program, is among the recipients. Felicia did her graduate work in the laboratory of David Ornelles (Microbiology/Immunology). She is now an Assistant Professor in the Department of Immunobiology at the University of Arizona. She is currently studying the interactions between cytomegalovirus and host cells that culminate in latency using primary human hematopoietic progenitor cells (HPCs). Congratulations Felicia! 

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