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(((Aaron Viny MD))) Jul 8
Agree with this 100%. Can we predict winners? Today's paper by from might have found a niche? Might need far a lower dose than high tox/low RR dose that received approval!
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(((Aaron Viny MD))) May 23
The excellence reflex is essential to both the restaurant industry and cancer care. hit the nail on the head.
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Sheng Cai May 14
Impressive work from illustrating the power of SITE-seq in deconvoluting fate specification vs commitment in granulopoiesis
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Frontiers Oncology May 14
Our ongoing article collection "The Emerging Roles of RNA in Leukemia Development and Progression", hosted by Drs Abhinav Dhall, Sheng Cai () and Benjamin Lovitch, is making an impact on our knowledge and understanding . Read more -
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Stephen D. Nimer, MD May 10
Dr. Alan Shih from ⁦⁩ ’s lab speaking on mouse model of CMML on last day of ⁦⁩ 15th International Symposium in Copenhagen, Denmark. Great meeting! Wonderful talks. Interesting debates. Lots of networking!
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Barbara Solit May 4
with and . Raising funds to conquer cancer 4 the kids and young adults who are treated and for the physicians and researchers dedicating their lives 2 this goal.
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Ross Levine Apr 25
All Democratic candidates for president are welcome to visit our lab and analyze Western blots with us. is here and ready to show why investing in biomedical research is key for our future
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Ross Levine Lab Apr 19
Maybe a little TPO and IL-3 too?
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(((Aaron Viny MD))) Apr 4
The second annual kicked off by . Keynote tomorrow by the incomparable
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Alison Schram Mar 25
This was an incredible program. That year in the I fell in love with oncology and research. I unquestionably owe my career to the HHMI Medical Student Fellows program and the opportunities it created.
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BMC Biology Mar 20
Cohesin mutations in disease. describes how Stag2 – most commonly mutated cohesin component in cancers – regulates chromatin accessibility and lineage-specification genes in haematopoesis. Brand new preprint here
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Ross Levine Mar 19
Science twitter friends; check our our inaugural preprint from the amazing on the role of STAG2 in hematopoiesis, myeloid transformation and topological control!
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Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Research Mar 19
Great work from from and colleagues mechanistically determining the role of the cohesin complex member STAG2 on chromatin accessibility in hematopoietic stem/progenitor cell self-renewal and lineage commitment.
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(((Aaron Viny MD))) Mar 19
My first preprint now available on - check out our latest on how Stag2 loss affects structure, accessibility, and lineage commitment!
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(((Aaron Viny MD))) Mar 15
Super excited to speak & on May 9th along with giants of biology & ! My gene is open, looped, and marked by K27ac...
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Ross Levine Mar 14
After listening to a fantastic qual exam by a -> student, reminded what a loss cessation of @HHMI ResearchTraining Award for med students represents. Many of us would not be in science without this program, its end leaves a major gap for future MD researchers
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Ross Levine Mar 14
Replying to @rosslevinemd
1) I did not know when I went to medical school that I would pursue a career as a physician scientist; when I got to medical school and did a summer lab rotation I was "hooked" and wanted to do more. @HHMI RTAF allowed me to pursue lab science at a critical career point.
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Ross Levine Mar 14
Replying to @rosslevinemd
2) American biomedicine has long been filled with great examples of outstanding MD lab-based researchers (as well as amazing MD-PhD and PhD researchers :). Many of them have been supported by the HHMI RTAF which drew them to the lab and kept them interested in discovery science
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Ross Levine Mar 14
Replying to @rosslevinemd
3) In an era when everyone wants to get done with training as soon as possible given the many demands on everyone, a year off during medical school for lab research provides a critical option for those whose journey to the lab begins at a later stage.
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Ross Levine Mar 14
Replying to @ASH_hematology
4) My lab has had 3 different medical students for a "gap year", 2 supported by @HHMI and 1 by the awesome (and ongoing) program for medical students supported by . Each of them is awesome and are going off to do amazing things in residency, fellowship and beyond
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