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  • Doctoral Students Visit the Naked Mole Rats
    Naked mole rats (Heterocephalus glaber) are of great interest to scientists due to their unusually long life span and extreme cancer resistance. As part of weekly journal club, our students have elected to discuss multiple papers on naked mole rat research, beginning with the publication of the H. glaber genome in 2011. They were also fortunate to get a behind the scenes look at the naked mole rat colony at the Smithsonian National Zoological Park in Washington, DC, thanks to small mammal biologist David Kessler. MorePosted by Jessica Jones.
  • Professor Djakiew publishes a book chapter entitled "The p38 MAPK Pathway in Prostate Cancer"
    Professor Djakiew publishes a book chapter entitled "The p38 MAPK Pathway in Prostate Cancer" In "Prostate Cancer: Biochemistry, Molecular Biology and Genetics", p243-255, ISBN 978-1-4614-6827-1. Posted by Daniel Djakiew.
  • Dr. Preuss' New Book on Obesity and Recent Lectures
    The second edition of the book, "Obesity. Epidemiology, Pathophysiology and Prevention," co-authored by Dr. Harry Preuss was released recently. The new book is an expanded version, near one thousand pages, of the first edition that received excellent reviews in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) and the New England Journal of Medicine. MorePosted by Harry G Preuss.
  • Djakiew publishes book chapter on p75NTR in prostate cancer
    Professor Djakiew has published a book chapter D. Djakiew (2011) NSAID Induction of p75NTR in the Prostate: A Suppressor of Growth and Cell Migration Via the p38 MAPK Pathway – In "Prostate Cancer: Original Investigation and Case Studies", p23-44, ISBN 979-953-307-628-6. Posted by Daniel Djakiew.
  • School of Medicine students from Sexual Development and Reproduction module published in Diabetic Medicine
    Each year, first year medical and Special Masters Program in Physiology students write review articles in the Sexual Development and Reproduction module, directed by Dr. Gallicano. Of these reviews, a small number of outstanding articles are submitted for publication in peer-reviewed journals, with seven papers published in journals such as Diabetic Medicine, Stem Cells and Development, and Developmental Neuroscience over the last three years. This year, students Kyle Godfrey, Bobby Matthew, Julie Bulman, and Omar Shah; and faculty Dr. Clement and Dr. Gallicano, have published "Stem Cell Based Treatments for Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus: Bone Marrow, Embryonic, Hepatic, Pancreatic, and Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells" in the journal Diabetic Medicine, a peer-reviewed journal with strong impact factor. MorePosted by Ian Gallicano.
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