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We published a new review article in Frontiers in Endocrinology on how glucocorticoids regulate cancer development! Also, Sara and Ben both gave amazing platform presentations on glucocorticoid (Sara) and androgen (Ben) regulation of gastric inflammation during Helicobacter infection at Digestive Disease Week in Chicago!
Sara passed her candidacy exam! Congrats
This spring has been busy. Jon and Maeve presented at the Allegheny-Erie Society of Toxicology annual meeting. Maeve and Alex graduate with their undergraduate degrees and Maeve officially joined the lab as a direct entry Ph.D. student. And Ben welcomed his first child (a baby girl) into the world! Congrats guys!
Jon, Sara, and Maeve attended the Society of Toxicology annual meeting in San Diego, CA. This was our first foray into the world of toxicology and was a great experience. Maeve presented her research project searching for compounds that disrupt glucocorticoid signaling in vivo. She was awarded travel awards from the Center for Inhalation Toxicology (iTOX) at WVU and from the SOT Allegheny branch. Congrats Maeve!
Ben Duncan joined the lab as an Immunology and Microbial Pathogenesis Ph.D. Student
Jon, Sara, Stuti, and Maeve attended the Autumn Immunology Conference in Chicago, IL. Sara was awarded a young investigator award by the American Association of Immunologists for having the best abstract in her category at the Autumn Immunology Conference. Congrats Sara!
Maeve was awarded a best undergraduate poster presentation award at the Autumn Immunology Conference. Congrats Maeve!
Our work on Tristetraprolin (TTP) regulation of gastric inflammation was accepted for publication at CMGH! Stuti and Sara both are co-authors on this manuscript!
The Busada Lab's recent publication in Gastroenterology was covered in a couple of interesting articles by NIEHS, WVU, and was highlighted by Gastroenterology.
Stuti Kahdka passed her candidacy exam has is now a Ph.D. candidate. Congratulations Stuti!
Jon Busada is selected as project leader on the Tumor Microenvironment COBRE from NIGMS. This grant provides up to 3 years of funding to study the role of glucocorticoid signaling in regulating macrophage activation in response to Helicobacter infection.
Busada lab is awarded a COBRE pilot award
April 1st 2020
The Busada lab is open for business (remotely)!
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