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Aditi Prabhakar presented her work on Msb2-interacting proteins and their roles in regulating MAPK-dependent responses at the Mucin meeting in Cambridge, UK


Served on a panel for Minority STEM students:

Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (LSAMP)

Congratulations to  former PhD
student Hema Adhikari for securing funds from the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network for her postdoctoral project at Duke U!
Congratulations to  PhD students Sukanya Basu and Nadia Vadaie for their PNAS paper.
See highlight: How yeast makes heads or tails of itself in UB News.
Click here for the full paper
Congrats to PhD student Dr. Andy Pitoniak in his new job as assistant professor at SUNY-JCC!
Aditi Prabhakar's Poster entitled "Identification and Analysis of Msb2p Interacting Proteins: Role of Signalling Mucins in Cell Polarity Regulation"
won awards at two conferences:
2016 Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus Translational Genomics and Epigenomics Symposium, Roswell Park Cancer Institute, Buffalo, New York.
2017 Biological Sciences Research Symposium, University at Buffalo- The State University of New York, Buffalo, New York.
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