NIH Grant to Ruben Petreaca

March 14, 2018
Ruben Petreaca

Ruben Petreaca, a new faculty member in the Department who teaches at the Marion campus, was awarded an R03 grant entitled “Development of a novel genetic assay to study dna double strand breaks” Dr. Petreaca is interested in how the inaccurate repair of DNA damage contributes to carcinogenesis.

NIH funding to Amanda Simcox

January 1, 2018
Amanda Simcox

Congratulations to Amanda Simcox who is a co-PI on a four-year NIH grant entitled “Next-generation Drosophila cell lines to elucidate the cellular basis of human diseases.”  In this collaborative project with colleagues at Harvard, the Simcox group will use new methods to generate cell lines

Amrit Singh Wins NIH R01

December 1, 2017

Congratulations to the Singh lab whose five-year grant entitled "Regulation of RNA surveillance by the dynamic Exon Junction Complex" was recently funded by the National Institutes of Health, focusing on the interplay between RNA splicing and quality control.