News in Research
August 26, 2016 in Research
The scientific journal eLife has published the latest results of a study led by Matt Kaeberlein, Professor of Pathology, and Piper Treuting, Associate Professor of Comparative Medicine and Chief of Comparative Pathology, on the long-term effects of short-term therapy on middle-aged mice treated with the drug rapamycin.
May 31, 2016 in Research
Dr. C. Dirk Keene, Associate Professor of Pathology, and Dr. Desiree Marshall, Fellow and assistant medical examiner at the King County Medical Examiner’s Office, have been featured in the Seattle Times for the work they are doing with the Pacific Northwest Brain Donor Network program.
May 04, 2016 in Research
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences has published a study led by Jeff Krimmel, UW Medical Student, and Rosana Risques, Assistant Professor of Pathology, on cancer-associated gene mutations using UW-created DNA duplex sequencing technology.
April 22, 2016 in Research
Dr. Lawrence Loeb, Professor of Biochemistry and Pathology and principal investigator of the Loeb Lab, Is one of four University of Washington professors newly elected as a fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
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November 20, 2015 in Research
Fu-Pang Chang, a visiting scientist in Dr. Behzad Najafian's lab, was recently awarded A Young Investigator Award of the WORLDSymposium 2016 (lysosomal storage disease) for his work on the effect of agalsidase-beta on clearance of globotriaosylceramide in parietal epithelial cells in patients with Fabry disease.
August 13, 2015 in Research
To help promote the Dog Aging Project, Dr. Kaeberlein recently visited the set of King 5's New Day NW program with one of the project's four-legged participants, Rascal, to talk about aging research and the work they are doing with dogs now.
Mitchell Lee, a 4th year PhD student in Matt Kaeberlein's lab, was recently awarded a Howard Hughes Medical Institute Gilliam Fellowship.