2022 AHA Early Career Investigator Awarded to Derek Klarin
Congratulations, to Dr. Derek Klarin on receiving the AHA Early Career Investigator Award presented by the Council on Genomic and Precision Medicine, at the Scientific Sessions 2022.
Congratulations to Nicholas Lopez on his recognition from the PAC-12 for his academic performance as a student-athlete.
Congratulations to Nicolas Lopez, undergraduate researcher in the lab, who received recognition from the PAC-12 for his academic performance as a student-athlete on the nationally ranked Stanford Baseball team. Nicolas and the Stanford team were PAC-12 champions and advanced to the College World Series in 2022, and are looking for a National Championship in Nicolas’s final year on the team!
2022 American Heart Association meeting
Great time at the Sarnoff Foundation Reception at the 2022 American Heart Association meeting in Chicago with current Sarnoff Fellows, Shar and Sophia.
American Society for Clinical Investigation
Congratulations to Dr. Leeper for being inducted into the American Society for Clinical Investigation (ASCI, “Young Turks”)
2022 Plaqomics Leducq Consortium annual meeting
Great fun in Amsterdam at the 2022 Plaqomics Leducq Consortium annual meeting (with trip to the tulip festival!)
Nature Cardiovascular Research
Congratulations to Kai Jarr for his new manuscript on statin pleiotropy which was featured on the cover of Nature Cardiovascular Research for March 2022!
Link to Article
Baby Shower Celebrating Mozhgan
The Leeper Lab is excited to celebrate Mozhgan at a fun baby shower.
American Venous Forum | Featured Researcher
Dr. Fukaya is selected as an American Venous Forum Featured Researcher highlighting her research understanding the genetic underpinnings of chronic venous disease (CVD) especially in relation to epigenetics as well as evaluating new diagnostic modalities for CVD. She collaborates widely both within and outside Stanford and mentors trainees in venous research.
Dr. Leeper showcases his research on the commonalities of cancer and heart disease in an interview with "The TEDx Vienna Magazine".
Read the article here