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Ariella Hanker
Assistant Professor and mom of 3. Researching resistance to targeted therapies. Tweets are my own
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Ran Blekhman Aug 11
Kamala Harris's mother immigrated from India to pursue a PhD & stayed to work as a cancer researcher Kamala Harris's father immigrated from Jamaica to pursue a PhD & stayed to work as a professor Not sure if they would have been able to do this under the current administration
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Dr. Tom Frieden Aug 10
It's not that complicated. 1. Close places Covid spreads. Bars, indoor dining, choirs, etc. 2. Test-isolate-trace-quarantine. Repeat until finding and stopping most transmission 3. Wear a mask, wash your hands, watch your distance 4. Learn more about the virus and how to stop it
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Alex Toker Aug 10
Post-doctoral positions available in our lab! We are looking for talented scientists at and to work on cancer biology/metabolism/therapeutics and of course PI3K/AKT! Kindly retweet . More info at
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Brekkenlab Aug 4
Postdoc opportunity in the Ligorio lab and Matteo's group is focused on PDA biology and integrated w my group, Todd Aguilera' group, and Ravi Maddipati's group. DM for more info
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Ariella Hanker Aug 6
Replying to @DanielLiebler1
Thanks! Good to see you on here!
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Ariella Hanker Aug 6
Despite all the horrible news in the world, I have to say, I'm feeling really good right now. I wrote an awesome grant (reviewers may think otherwise, but I stand my ground) and participated in an exciting (virtual) meeting
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Governor Mike DeWine Aug 4
Replying to @GovMikeDeWine
This slide shows the spread of the virus to at least 91 different people resulting from just one person with attending a church service. It spread like wildfire.
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Ariella Hanker Aug 4
Replying to @Momademia
Lisa Frank stickers/school supplies
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Ariella Hanker Aug 4
We actually do have a technician who works with her. But she is very driven and WANTS to work, she just doesn't know how it will be possible to work and homeschool her kindergartner at the same time. (It won't.)
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Ariella Hanker Aug 3
Replying to @astro_michelle
that's a good step. What about for moms who never took a break to begin with?
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Ariella Hanker Aug 3
Replying to @AACR @NIH and 7 others
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Ariella Hanker Aug 3
hey , does anyone know of grants or other resources for postdocs or early-career trainees to help them with childcare costs, now that schools will most likely be closed? single mom postdocs don't make enough money to pay for homeschool pods or a nanny
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Ariella Hanker Jul 29
Replying to @AriellaHanker
How will school outbreaks be contained with a 12 DAY testing lag?
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Ariella Hanker Jul 29
We have been waiting 12 DAYS to receive our nanny's test results in North Texas, and still nothing. She has called every day. This is unacceptable. (She came down with a headache/migraine so we asked that get tested and receive negative results before coming back.)
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Ariella Hanker Jul 29
🙌Great achievement for ! Congrats to all!
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Qing Zhang Lab-UTSW Jul 28
one of my productive postdocs just informed me that she is leaving soon for a position in Europe. I need to recruit postdocs to fill in available positions. Please see as well as for lab details. Please RT or DM me. Thank you!
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UT Southwestern News Jul 24
It's time to . Wear a mask 😷 or any fabric that completely covers your nose and mouth. Do it for your loved ones and yourself to prevent the spread of . 😷
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Dr. Tom Frieden Jul 24
179,500 more people than usual died from March 15 to July 11. Excess death numbers show us the true impact of the pandemic—every state and country should be reporting this data weekly.
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Ariella Hanker Jul 22
Yep. And I’m not expecting this to change anytime soon.
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