The Wood Lab welcomes Kerry Dillon, a graduate of UNC-Chapel Hill, who is joining the lab for her Ph.D. in Molecular Cancer Biology!
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Congratulations to Shane Killarney and colleagues on the publication of a study in Nature Communications describing the discovery of a mitochondrial RNA-MDA5-MAVS-IRF3 signaling pathway, regulated by executioner caspases, whose therapeutic activation drives anti-tumor immunity!
Congratulations to Mike Lidsky and team on this work describing models of FGFR2-G3BP2 fusion-driven intrahepatic cholangiocarcinoma!
Congratulations to first authors Kevin Lin and Justine Rutter, co-senior author Alex Puissant, and our many colleagues on the publication of a study in Nature Cancer describing our discovery of selinexor-induced AKT activation in AML. We hope that these results will translate to the clinic soon!
Congratulations to first author Moiez Ali and colleagues at Duke, MSKCC, UCSF, and Harvard on the publication of a study in Science Translational Medicine describing our discovery of an ATM dependency in residual tumor cells!
The Wood lab welcomes new members: Molecular Cancer Biology Ph.D. student Caroline Bridgwater and M.D./Ph.D. student Michael Aiduk. Welcome, Caroline and Michael!
Congratulations to our colleagues at Duke, MUSC, and Celldom on the publication of a study in Science Advances describing a platform for massively parallel phenotyping of single cells. We demonstrate the use of this system to directly identify and quantify rare drug resistant tumor cells. Congrats to everyone involved!
The Wood lab welcomes new members: General Surgery resident Annie Liu and Research Technicians Haley Hutchinson, Holly Kim, and Seth McKee. Welcome, Annie, Haley, Holly, and Seth!
Congratulations to Hazel Ang on her successful Ph.D. defense! She is now a postdoctoral fellow at Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, Sweden. Well done, Hazel!
Congratulations to Ben Zolyomi and Vir Patel, Duke MD students who each won prestigious Stead Scholarships to support their 3rd year research projects in the Wood lab!