Kristen Aceves was nominated for Stanford's Community Impact Award for her dedicated service and mentorship as a peer advisor to new graduate students.
Kristen: "I’m really surprised and very thankful that those efforts were noticed."
Stanford's Community Impact Award recognizes graduate students who have enhanced the Stanford community through their exemplary leadership of a student organization, creation of an event or program, or other unique campus contribution.
Congratulations to Margaret McCann!
Under the mentorship of Corinna Darian-Smith, PhD and in collaboration with members of her lab, MLAS student Margaret co-authored the article Somatosensory corticospinal tract axons sprout within the cervical cord following a dorsal root/dorsal column spinal injury in the rat. Journal of Comparative Neurology 528(8), 1293-1306, June 2020. Furthermore, their image was featured as the journal cover (see left). Well done, Margaret!
Congratulations to Kristen Aceves!
Under the mentorship of Thomas Cherpes MD, DVM and in collaboration with members of his lab, MLAS student Kristen co-authored the article Norethisterone Enanthate Increases Mouse Susceptibility to Genital Infection with Herpes Simplex Virus Type 2 and HIV Type 1 published in the February 1, 2010 issue of Immunohorizons. Furthermore, their image was featured as the journal cover (see left).
Well done, Kristen!
Congratulations to Kristen Aceves also for the following publications!
Rodolfo D. Vicetti Miguel, Nirk E. Quispe Calla, Kristen M. Aceves, Fiorela C. Dueñas Lopez, Thomas L. Cherpes. ECHO: context and limitations. The Lancet 395(10222):PE21, 2020.
Nirk E. Quispe Calla, Rodolfo D. Vicetti Miguel, Kristen M. Aceves, Angelo Torres, Thomas L. Cherpes. Depot-medroxyprogesterone acetate reduces genital cell–cell adhesion molecule expression and increases genital herpes simplex virus type 2 infection susceptibility in a dose-dependent fashion. Contraception 100(5):397-401, 2019.
Photo by David Kiefer, Stanford Athletics Communications
Steven Fahy, former graduate student in the Master of Laboratory Animal Medicine program, was named the Pac-12 Men’s Cross Country Scholar-Athlete of the Year in 2019. Steven’s time as an MLAS student ended earlier than anticipated when this exceptional scholar-athlete was invited to run professionally for Nike and train full-time for the Olympic Trials and World Championships in 2021/2022. Comparative Medicine wishes Steven great success in his running career and looks forward to seeing Steven up on the podium soon!
The Stanford Alumni Association has awarded Alissa Hatfield and Aryana Razmara each a 2018 Community Impact Award. Comparative Medicine is uniquely privileged to have two stellar, talented, and dedicated trainees recognized by the Stanford Alumni Association for their contributions to the community. Well done!
Updated September 2, 2020