Students and faculty members enjoyed the a cappella concert last Friday by the Histones group. The last song was dedicated to Ali, the founder of the Histones. We will truly miss him when he graduates!
Huge CONGRATULATIONS to Ali for becoming a doctor! His thesis defense, titled “Discovery of anti-metastatic therapies guided by the physiological suppressor Raf Kinase Inhibitory Protein”, was attended by professors, friends, and family. Ali’s thesis defense went through smoothly this morning, with several jokes, funny stories, and a very moving acknowledgement. The thesis committee members all voted Yay after the presentation, so now we have Dr. Yesilkanal! Continue reading “A PhD is Born!”→
As members of the Biology Honors program, Ariane, Ethan, and Jielin attended the Fourth Annual Janet and Donald Rowley Honors Symposium yesterday to present their thesis research conducted at our lab. The event included talks from current honors students and distinguished College alumni who have gone to become leaders in their field of interest, followed by a poster session and reception. We are so proud that our undergrads have made significant contributions to cancer research at the Rosner Lab! Continue reading “Our Seniors at the Rowley Honors Symposium”→
We had a great time at AACR. Payal gave a symposium on metabolically activated macrophages. Ali and Jiyoung both gave poster presentations. We also seized this opportunity to meet with some longtime friends and colleagues.
Faculty and students at the BSD enjoyed a wonderful a cappella concert by the Histones, our in-house a cappella group. This year’s performance also featured Pritzker’s a cappella group “Say Aah”. Ali is the founder of Histones.