Oct 27, 20145:00 PMThesis Workshop Part 2 (Required): Proper reference citation; how to avoid plagiarism and other questionable writing practices; using the NIH guide to ethical writingMs. Karen SorensonForchheimer Medical Science Building 5th floor lecture hall
Oct 29, 20145:00 PM3rd Annual Qualification Jubilation: A reception honoring the recent, successful completion of our graduate students’ qualifying exams and the receipt of the M.S. degreeLubin Dining Hall
Tuesday, March 24, 20152:00 PM
"The unfolded protein response protects heart from ischemia/reperfusion by upregulation of hexasamine biosynthesis"Zhao Wang, Ph.D.
Branch Chief, Clinical Grants and Contracts Branch (CGCB), CTEP/NCI, National Institutes of Health
PhD 1972 (Biochemistry), Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University
Dr. Roy Wu’s PhD from Einstein was based on the publication of six papers including the first demonstration that nuclear proteins are synthesized in the cytoplasm. He went on to do post-doctoral work at U. C. Berkeley with F. Wilt , studying polyadenylation of embryonic mRNAs, and with W. Bonner, studying histone mRNAs, before spending several years in the early biotech industry. In 1979, Dr. Wu joined the NIH, where he has been instrumental in promoting clinical research and in the twelve-fold growth of CTEP’s grants portfolio to $360 million. His honors include: