Tamara Arvanian Petrosyan - Pursuing an O.D. at the SUNY College of Optometry, firstname.lastname@example.org
Darrin Bann - MD/PhD program, Penn State, email@example.com
Andrea Blitz - Cornell Vet School
Rebecca Bordonaro - pursuing A Ph.D. in Zoology with a minor in Epidemiology, Cornell University, firstname.lastname@example.org
Diane (Duby) Golebiowski - pursuing a Ph.D. at the University of Massachusetts Medical School, Diane.Golebiowski@umassmed.edu
Congratulations to the TWO publications!
The Central Nervous System-Restricted Transcription Factor Olig2 Opposes p53 Responses to Genotoxic Damage in Neural Progenitors and Malignant Glioma. Mehta S, Huillard E, Kesari S, Maire CL, Golebiowski D, Harrington EP, Alberta JA, Kane MF, Theisen M, Ligon KL, Rowitch DH, Stiles CD. Cancer Cell. 2011; 19(3):359-71.
Requirement of the ATM/p53 tumor suppressor pathway for glucose homeostasis. Mol Cell Biol. 2010; (24):5787-94. Armata HL, Golebiowski D, Jung DY, Ko HJ, Kim JK, Sluss HK.
Andrew Fritz - accepted into PhD program in Cellular Biology at University of Buffalo
Ryan King - PhD program
Melissa Krone - received her Masters in Education and is teaching at the Greece Central School District in Rochester, New Nork, email@example.com
Cassie Kryzak - working in PT office in MD
Patrice Kurnath - pursuing a Ph.D. from the University of Utah, firstname.lastname@example.org
Andrew McGraw - Americorps in New Orleans
Sonya Morse, Podiatry Resident, Cleveland Clinic/Mercy Regional Medical Hospital
Jacob Nelson - Upstate Medical School
Samantha Palmer - Weill Cornell Grad School of Medical Sciences (Cancer Immunology). Samantha returned to the department in Spring 2012 to speak to students about medical school, as well as to present her research at the departmental seminar. She's also pleased to share her FIVE publications!
1. The second receptor binding site of the globular head of the Newcastle disease virus (NDV) hemagglutinin-neuraminidase activates the stalk of multiple paramyxovirus receptor binding proteins to trigger fusion. Porotto M, Salah Z, DeVito I, Talekar A, Palmer S, Xu R, Wilson I, and Moscona A J Virol. Epub 2012 March 6
2. Mechanism of fusion triggering by human parainfluenza virus type III: communication between viral glycoproteins during entry.
Porotto M, Palmer SG, Palermo LM, Moscona A.
Isabel Preeshagul - post-baccalaureate program - applying to DO schools
Robert Rivard - lab tech at UVM while applying to medical schools
Lyndsey Runaas - medical school, University of Wisconsin, email@example.com
Joseph Salice - U.S. Border Patrol
Lisa Seltzer - firstname.lastname@example.org
Lauren Shotts* - taking more courses at IC in preparation for entering nursing school
Jeffrey Stahl - attending Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine, email@example.com
Sergio Suarez - PCOM
Sara Sullivan - teaching
Casey Swann - firstname.lastname@example.org
David Syracuse - teaching in Groton, NY
Sean Tracy - in Boston
Rebekah Weck - Ph.D. student in the Reproductive Toxicology program in the Department of Veterinary Biosciences at the Univ. of IL. She has been accepted into the Interdisciplinary Environmental Toxicology Program and will be a Toxicology Scholar in fall 2007, email@example.com
Abigail Wilkes - MPH in Epidemiology - George Washington University, Washington DC, firstname.lastname@example.org
*Biochemistry Majors with a Biology Faculty Advisor