Poster Award Nov 2017 At the first annual Livestrong Cancer Center/ Dell Medical School retreat, Grant Howard was awarded Top Poster in the Graduate Student Division!
NIH Funds New Project in the Brock Lab July 2017. We're excited to announce that the lab has been awarded a three-year grant from NIH to develop a novel tool for the analysis of heterogeneous tumor cell populations. This work will be supported by the iMAT (Innovative Molecular Analysis Technologies) program of the National Cancer Institute.
Workshop on Preclinical Breast Cancer Models April 2017
Dr. Brock was an invited speaker at the Preclinical Models of Breast Cancer workshop at EPFL Lausanne in Switzerland. It was a wonderful opportunity to meet with students and postdoc visitors from across Europe and North America and to learn about their work. Thank you to Prof. Cathrin Brisken for hosting!
Congrats to new NSF Fellow! We congratulate Rebecca Ho, former undergraduate research student in the lab, on her NSF Fellowship. Rebecca is headed to MIT next fall to begin a PhD program in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (Course 6). Way to go Rebecca!
Paper Accepted! Apr 2017 Look for our upcoming manuscript in Cancer Research!
Abstracts Accepted! Feb 2017 Kaitlyn Johnson and Grant Howard will present their work on chemoresistant breast cancer at the American Association for Cancer Research Annual Meeting in Washington D.C.
International Symposium on the Breast, Dr. Susan Love Foundation, Feb 2017
Amy was an invited speaker at the 9th International Symposium on the Breast, organized by Dr. Susan Love. This was a fantastic, high-energy program with many opportunities for discussions among the 125 participants. Thank you to Dr. Love for bringing together this group, which included some of the most innovative scientists in the cancer field.