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Research & Methods

Spring 2023 

Seminars are held on the second and fourth Tuesdays each month, 12 p.m. to 12:50 p.m., in BSB355, unless otherwise noted. All Department of Biochemistry graduate students are required to attend.

hnRNP E1 Regulates LIFR through FAM3C and Maintains Breast Cancer Stem Cell Phenotype.

  • January 10
  • Scott Streitfeld, Graduate Student, Howe Lab

Title to be announced.

  • January 24
  • Baicheng Lin, Graduate student, Long Lab

The role of SPNS2 (spinster homolog 2) in cancer cell migration and the host’s defense against metastasis. 

  • February 14
  • Han Lee, Graduate student, Ogretmen Lab

Characterizing the role of hnRNP E1 in the activation of the cGas-Sting/IFN axis to promote anti-tumor immunity.

  • February 28
  • Cecile Frereux, Graduate student, Howe Lab 

Epithelium-mesenchyme interactions during development and cancer.

  • March 14
  • Lu Han, Postdoctoral Fellow, Ostrowski Lab 

Regulation of the piRNA pathway by nuclear pore complex protein Nup358.

  • March 28
  • Rasesh Parikh, Staff Scientist I, Gangaraju Lab

Arginine methylation of BRD4 by PRMT2/4 governs transcription and DNA repair.

  • April 11
  • Liu Liu, Postdoctoral Fellow, Gan Lab

A novel role for the ubiquitin E3 ligase ARIH1 in EMT and breast cancer progression.

  • April 25

  • Breege Howley, Research Assistant Professor, Howe Lab