Robert Bradley named as Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Scholar
Jul 1, 2017

Robert Bradley was named a Scholar of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. This award provides unrestricted funding to support the lab's studies of benign and malignant hematology.

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Dylan Udy receives CMBTG fellowship
May 31, 2017

Dylan Udy received a graduate fellowship from the Cell and Molecular Biology Training Grant. Dylan proposed to identify cis and trans-acting determinants of RNA degradation mediated by the nonsense-mediated decay (NMD) pathway.

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Qing Feng receives Weintraub Graduate Student Award
Mar 1, 2017

Qing Feng was named a recipient of the Harold M. Weintraub Graduate Student Award. This award recognizes exceptional scientific achievement during PhD studies in biology. Awardees are selected from graduate students nominated by their host institutions across the US.

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Robert Bradley receives Fred Hutchinson President's Young Investigator Award
Jun 27, 2016

Robert Bradley was named a recipient of the newly created President's Young Investigator Award at Fred Hutch. This award provides funding for unrestricted research, which will help the lab to open new research directions such as therapeutic target identification.

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Guo-Liang "Chewie" Chew receives Mahan fellowship
May 11, 2015

Guo-Liang "Chewie" Chew received the Mahan Postdoctoral Fellowship from the Computational Biology Program at Fred Hutch. Chewie proposed to study the biology of retroelements, repetitive DNA sequences that constitute a large fraction of the human genome, and their interactions with RNA surveillance pathways such as nonsense-mediated decay. Chewie proposed to determine differences in retroelement regulation and expression in normal and disease states to gain insight into the physiological roles played by these poorly understood genomic elements.

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