Petritsch Lab News & Events
Weekly lab meeting Tuesdays 11 am – 1 pm; On a rolling basis, the Petritsch team conducts the following meetings:
- Week 1: Presentation/Postdoc
- Week 2: Presentation/Student
- Week 3: Presentation/Preclinical Team (Lab managers)
- Week 4: Preclinical model meeting/ (Lab managers, All)
Lab News & Events
Claudia Petritsch chaired the abstract session “Basic Science III” at the 26th Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuro-Oncology, Boston, November 18-21, 2021
Jongwhi Park gave a talk in the abstract session “Pediatrics II” at the 26th Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuro-Oncology, Boston, November 18-21, 2021
2021: We are grateful for the excellent support.
The Petritsch lab as part of a team with Dr. Kuo, Spunt, Monje, and Sage, received funding from the National Cancer Institute to generate next-generation human cancer models. We are thrilled to contribute cell lines as community resource, work with such an amazing team, and grateful for the funding.
Dr. Petritsch received funding by the National Cancer Institute (U54) to lead the Neuro-Path team with Dr. Hannes Vogel to support the Brain Metastases Research at Stanford. So excited to participate in this large network of outstanding scientists, and thankful for the funding.
Dr. Petritsch and her collaborators Dr. Grant (Stanford) and Dr. Decuzzi (Italian Institute of Technology) received funding from SPARK to commercially develop a microMesh for the locoregional delivery of drugs and treatment of therapy-resistant pediatric brain tumors. We are grateful for the excellent support and looking forward to make an impact for children with brain tumors.
Ameera Waterford was awarded the Bio-X-Undergraduate Summer Research Program Fellowship
Samrat Thapa was awarded a fellowship by the Wu Tsai Neurosciences Undergraduate Research Opportunity (NeURO) program
Anne Marie’s work was chosen for an oral presentation at the 2020 virtual AACR meeting
Claudia hosts a lunchtime and educational session at the Annual SNO Meeting in Phoenix, AZ
We moved to the beautiful Lokey Stem Cell Research Building in November 2019