Announcements

2013 Announcements

Congratulations to Dr. Tim Springer for becoming a AAAS Fellow

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Dr. Timothy Springer is among the 388 newly-elected AAAS Fellows who were recognized by their peers for their efforts to advance science or its applications. The new AAAS Fellows, whose names will be published in the 29 November… Read Full Article »

Bjoern Schwer wins Martin D. Abeloff V Scholar Award

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Dr. Bjoern Schwer, Instructor in Pediatrics, has received the 2013 Martin D. Abeloff, MD V Scholar Award from The V Foundation for Cancer Research.  The Abeloff Award recognizes Dr. Schwer as the highest ranked of… Read Full Article »

Congratulations to Suprawee Tepsuporn, a graduate student in the Alt Lab.

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Suprawee Tepsuporn

Ph.D. Candidate in Immunology

Advisor: Dr. Frederick Alt

Congratulations to Suprawee Tepsuporn, a graduate student in the Alt lab for a successful defense of her thesis entitled "Role of ATM in Suppressing Oncogenic Translocations and Mature… Read Full Article »

Please Welcome Our Three New Chairs Within PCMM at Boston Children's Hospital

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Springer Family Chair Tomas Kirchhausen, PhD

Cellular and Molecular Medicine Chair Judy Lieberman, MD, PhD

Center for Blood Research Chair Denisa Wagner, PhD

Wednesday, September 11, 2013 5:30 to 7:30 PM

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Junior Investigator Award for Women at the ATVB Scientific Sessions 2013

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Kimberly Martinod, a graduate student in Denisa Wagner’s laboratory, received the Junior Investigator Award for Women.  She presented her poster titled “Peptidylarginine deiminase 4-dependent generation of neutrophil extracellular traps is crucial for deep vein thrombosis in… Read Full Article »

Big things from small places: Modified RNAs eyed as a way to make new drugs

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A technology from a small research institute, originally developed as a safer way to make embryonic-like stem cells, just hooked a very large fish. As The New York Times reported March 21, pharma giant AstraZeneca is betting at… Read Full Article »

Dr. Goldfeld receives Dr. Jean Mayer Global Citizenship Award

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Dr. Anne Goldfeld, Professor of Medicine at Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School and Senior Investigator in the Program in Cellular and Molecular Medicine at Boston Children's Hospital received the Dr. Jean Mayer… Read Full Article »

Anne Goldfeld bridges research and action in global health

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Anne Goldfeld, M.D., was interviewed Friday morning February 1st by WBUR radio Host of 'Morning Edition' Bob Oakes.  She was recognized in their 'Visionary Series' as someone who "bridges research and action in global health".  Dr. Goldfeld is an HMS… Read Full Article »