2015 Research Retreat Winners

Students

Laura Sanman

“Disruption of glycolytic flux activates the NLRP3 inflammasome”

Kimberly Kukurba

“The X effect: Regulatory variation between the sexes"

Postdocs

Zhihao Wu

“Parkinson’s Disease related genes: PINK1 and Parkin control localized translation of respiration chain component mRNAs on mitochondria aouer membrane"

Bomsoo Cho

“Planar cell polarity in tumor progression”

Chiou-Hong Lin

“Oligomeric self-association contributes to E2a-Pbx1 mediated oncogenesis”

Krishna Roskin

“Antibody heavy chain sequence analysis of Common Variable Immune Deficiency reveals alterations in B cell repertoire formation and selection”

Khoa Nguyen

“Microglia specific Pgc1a protects against neurodegeneration by suppressing their inflammatory glycolytic reprogramming”

Timothy Looney

“Human B cell isotype switching origins of IgE”

Research Associates

Li Zhu

“MLL oncogene-induced leukemogenesis is dependent on ASH1L and histone H3 lysine 36 di-methylation”

Clinical research

Allison Zemek
(AP Resident)

“Clinical and immunohistochemical features of non-pancreatic gastrointestinal neuroendocrine neoplasms”

Brock Martin
(CP Resident)

“Universal screening of gynecologic and colorectal cancers for Lynch syndrome: A single institution experience”

Christian Kunder
(Clinical Fellow)

“CD4+ T cell predominance in T cell/histiocyte-rich large B cell lymphoma and identification of a subset of patients with associated B cell lymphopenia and increased circulating CD4+/CD57+ T cells”

Chieh-Yu Lin
(AP Resident)

“Genomic profiling of
radial scar”

Dylan Dodd
(CP Resident)

“Discovery of the biosynthetic genes for indole-3-propionic acid production, a gut bacteria-derived molecule with anti-inflammatory properties”