March 30, 2017: Undergraduate students on Team Beymax presenting their research at TAMu Student Research Week.
February 10, 2017: An article in MIT Technology Review describing an international collaborative project our lab is part of to eliminate invasive species using genetic technologies.
October 26, 2016: Texas A&M, Johns Hopkins receive $5.3 million NIH grant to study how lead exposure affects humans.
August 3, 2016: Our summer undergraduate researchers were outstanding when presenting their research at the LAUNCH Undergraduate Research Summer Poster Session.
July 17, 2016: Congrats to Andreea Radulescu and Bill Barrington for winning research presentation awards at The Allied Genetics Conference (TAGC) in Orlando, Florida. Andreea won top undergraduate poster presentation and Bill won a trainee award for outstanding oral presentation.
June 28, 2016: An article in Bay Nature describing a collaborative project we are pursuing with Island Conservation and NC State University using genetic engineering to eradicate invasive mice.
May 26, 2016: Congratulation to Dr. Bill Barrington. Bill successfully defended his PhD in Genetics at NC State University where he described his discoveries about the how individuals respond uniquely to different diets.
March 27, 2017: Venkatratnam et al.
Collaborative Cross mouse population enables refinements to characterization of the variability in toxicokinetics of trichloroethylene and provides genetic evidence for the role of PPAR pathway in its oxidative metabolism. Toxicological Sciences.
February 22, 2017: Kelly et al.
Prevention of tumorigenesis in mice by exercise is dependent on strain background and timing relative to carcinogen exposure. Scientific Reports.
February 1, 2017: Cichocki et al.
Impact of nonalcoholic fatty liver disease on toxicokinetics of tetracholoroethylene. Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics.
December 7, 2016: Bautz et al.
Prophylactic vaccination targeting ERBB3 decreases polyp burden in a mouse model of human colorectal cancer. OncoImmunology.
September 1, 2016: Scheving et al. Hepatocyte ERBB3 and EGFR are required for maximal CCl4-induced liver fibrosis. American Journal of Physiology - Gastrointestinal and Liver Physiology.
February 15, 2016: Didion et al. R2d2 Drives Selfish Sweeps in the House Mouse. Molecular Biology and Evolution.