September 12, 2019:
Patrick received the 2019 Harris Award for outstanding research by a graduate student at University of Nebraska Medical Center. Congratulations, Patrick, well deserved. We are very proud of you.
August 9, 2019:
Becca presents her work at the 2019 Cancer Biology Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship Poster Presentation.
March 29, 2019:
Congratulations, Patrick for the first place oral presentation award. The team is proud of you, and we thank the Cancer Graduate Program for recognition of Patrick's work.
October 17, 2018:
Barbara's work on the critical role of JAK1 was accepted for publication in the journal Cell Reports. Congratulations to everyone who contributed to this work. A special recognition to Patrick for working hard on the revision.
April 2, 2018:
December 14, 2017:
August 15, 2017:
Barb is the recipient of the 2017 Shawn Jessen Memorial Cancer Research Award. This is the second time she received this honor. Congratulations, Barb!
February 1, 2017:
Nirakar's work on a mechanism by which pancreatic cancer cells survive in the absence of oncogenic drivers was accepted for publication in the journal Cell Reports. Congratulations to everyone who contributed to this work, and we thank those reviewers who provided constructive feedback and in a timely manner. It is time to have some Nepalese grape juice to celebrate the occasion.
September 16, 2016:
Barb is the recipient of the 2016 Shawn Jessen Memorial Cancer Research Award.
June 16, 2016:
Patrick is the 2016 recipient of the Dean for Graduate Studies Stipend.
May 5, 2016:
Dr. Rajbhandari (!!!) at the UNMC Honors Convocation Ceremony
(Photo courtesy of UNMC)
March 5, 2016:
On March 5, 2016, Barb won First Prize for her poster presentation at the 47th Annual Midwest Student Biomedical Research Forum (MSBRF)
Patrick Rädler (CRGP, graduate student) joins our team.
October 4, 2015:
Congratulations, Barb! Winning the Komen Race For The Cure for the second time is amazing! Glad the whole lab came to see it and participated in the 5K.
Kazuhito Sakamoto, a long-term member of our team and Research Assitant Professor, accepted a position as Chief Researcher at ASAHI KASEI PHARMA CORPORATION in Japan.
July 1, 2014:
Kay will serve a full term as a member of the Tumor Cell Biology Study Section (TCB), Center for Scientific Review (CSR) at the National Institutes of Health (NIH). After having served as ad-hoc reviewer on several study sections for over a decade and receiving several invitations to become a standing member, he will now commit more time to one particular study section.
Our team conducts research as part of new collaborations with NIH. Kay got his old NIH badge back as a "special volunteer". It is great being back in an environment where people can focus on actual science and not have to worry about declining grant pay lines, increase in costs for core facilities, or walk from one committee meeting to another....