CVTG Journal Club

MR6 Room 2502

Who: All Trainees Selected Group: Taylor Eggertsen Yonathan Aberra Catherine Gorick Matt Hoch Conserved transcription factors promote cell fate stability and restrict reprogramming potential in differentiated cells https://www.nature.com/articles/s41467-023-37256-8

CVTG RIP Elevator Pitches

MR6 Room 2502

Trainees should prepare a 3-4 minute introduction about themselves and their project—no slides! Also, remember that the audience will be quiet diverse from 2nd year graduate students just getting into labs to faculty and also from very different areas. These … Read More

CVTG Hot Seats

MR6 Room 2502

All Trainees Randomly selected a trainees will give a 5-6 minute summary of their research project without slides indicating why their project is important, what has been done so far, what needs to be done, the project hypothesis, and experimental … Read More

CVTG RIP – Hannan, Anwar, Binion

Riley Hannan- B Cells in Fibroproliferative Pathologies Nareen Anwar - Focused Ultrasound-Mediated Gene Delivery to Solid Tumors Chase Binion - Harnessing Sex Differences to Design Targeted Multimodal  Nanoparticles for the Treatment of Atherosclerosis

CVTG Journal Club

MR6 Room 2502

Victoria Milosek, Nareen Anwar, & Kelsey Watts Bone marrow endothelial dysfunction promotes myeloid cell expansion in cardiovascular disease https://www.nature.com/articles/s44161-021-00002-8

CVTG RIP – Alex Clark & Luke Dunaway

MR6 Room 2502

Luke - Endothelial Hemoglobin Alpha Mediates Iron Regulation of Endothelial Nitric Oxide Alex - Network analysis of the healthy mouse transcriptome identifies genes modulating cardiac development

CVTG RIP – Journal Club

MR6 Room 2502

Itaconate suppresses atherosclerosis by activating a Nrf2-dependent anti-inflammatory response in macrophages in mice. https://www.jci.org/articles/view/173034 Group 2 members:  Victoria MilosekKelsey WattsNareen Anwar