Other 2006 UMass research highlights

Craig C. Mello, PhD
2006 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, co-recipient for discovery of RNAi
>> News story: Dr. Mello is Nobel winner; Prize won for RNAi discovery Jennifer Tseng, MD
Pancreatic Cancer Alliance Scholar 2006 PanCAN-ASCO Samuel Stroum Young Investigator Award, Development of a malignancy prediction rule for cystic lesions of the pancreas
Howard Hughes Physician-Scientist Early Career Award, Development of a Malignancy Prediction Rule for Cystic Lesions of the Pancreas Brian Lewis, PhD
National Institutes of Health Grant, A Flexible Somatic and Sporadic Mouse Model for Pancreatic Ductal Adenocarcinoma
2006 PanCAN-AACR Career Development Award, Pancreatic Tumor Induction by Activated Notch Signaling
Dr. Lewis uses an imaging system funded by the Alliance in his work Ashok Saluja, MD
National Institutes of Health Grant, Heat Shock Proteins and Pancreatitis
National Institutes of Health Grant, Pathophysiology of Arginine-Induced Pancreatitis in Mice Phoebe Phillips, MD
Thomas Anthony Pappas Charitable Foundation Inc. Grant, HSP70 and survival of transformed pancreatic cells

Earlier article

Hedgehog signaling and pancreatic cancer

By Dario C. Altieri, MD
Professor and Chair of Cancer Biology, University of Massachusetts Medical School Director, UMass Memorial Cancer Center

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