News and Events
8/1/2017 - Elaine successfully defends her dissertation. Congratulations!
7/2017 - Jess and Ashley join TNRL. Welcome!
6/2017 - Caroline and Madlyn join TNRL for the summer. Welcome!
5/2017 - Elaine and Chris publish their review, "RNA metabolism in neurodegenerative disease."
4/2017 - Karen Acosta starts her lab rotation at TNRL. Welcome!
1/27/2017 - Paper on rapidly progressive frontotemporal degeneration published in Acta Neuropathologica.
1/2017 - Jessica Phan, Ashley Viera-Ortiz and Geoff Noble start their lab rotations. Welcome!
12/2016 - Eddie gives talk on sorting human brain tissue at MND Symposium, Dublin, Ireland.
11/2016 - Elaine gives excellent talk on her thesis research at SFN, San Diego, CA.
9/2/2016- Elaine gives excellent talk, "Loss of TDP-43 Contributes to Non-coding RNA Mediated Toxicity" at the ICFTD meeting in Munich, Germany.
8/2016 - Aivi starts working in TNRL. Welcome!
8/1/2016 - Ethan joins TNRL for the summer. Welcome!
6/19/2016 - Eddie gives lecture at AANP Annual Meeting Presidential Symposium.
6/1/2016 - Josh starts his postdoctoral fellowship at TNRL. Welcome!
4/15/2106 - Eddie is awarded a Young Physician-Scientist Award from ASCI.
4/1/2016 - Clark starts his lab rotation at TNRL. Welcome!
3/2016 - Maia joins TNRL. Welcome!
10/15/2015 - Alex's paper is accepted ("Transcriptomic changes due to cytoplasmic TDP-43 expression reveal dysregulation of histone transcripts and nuclear chromatin") Congratulations!
7/2015 - Analise, Taylor and Ashley join the lab for the summer. Welcome!
4/27/2015 - Maribel wins 1st place for best oral presentation at the 4th Annual PREP Regional Symposium. Congratulations!
3/20/2015 - Corey McMillan (from the Penn Frontotemporal Degeneration Center) publishes his paper "C9orf72 promoter hypermethylation is neuroprotective: Neuroimaging and neuropathologic evidence" in Neurology with accompanying editorial and press release.
1/2015 - Barbara starts her lab rotation at TNRL. Welcome!
11/11/2014 - Jenny's paper "Hypermethylation of repeat expanded C9orf72 is a clinical and molecular disease modifier" is published in Acta Neuropathologica.
9/2014 - Yeri starts her lab rotation at TNRL. Welcome!
7/7/2014 - Maribel starts her PennPREP research at TNRL. Welcome!
6/24/2014 - Nabil starts his lab rotation at TNRL. Welcome!
6/14/2014 - Our studies on C9orf72 methylation lead to the Robert Terry Award from AANP.
4/25/2014 - Elaine's paper "C9orf72 hypermethylation protects against repeat expansion associated pathology in ALS/FTD" is accepted for publication in Acta Neuropathologica.
4/2014 - Alex starts his lab rotation at TNRL. Welcome!
1/2014 - Chris starts his lab rotation at TNRL. Welcome!
6/3/2013 - Kathryn joins the lab for the summer. Welcome!
5/11/2013 - Eddie recognized for his research efforts in Alzheimer's disease during the 26th Alzheimer's Association Rita Hayworth Gala in Chicago.
4/1/2013 - Payal starts her lab rotation at TNRL. Welcome!
12/2012 - The Judith & Jean Pape Adams Charitable Foundation generously renews its support of TNRL research on the molecular analysis of human brain tissue with an ALS research grant.
10/1/2012 - Jenny joins the laboratory. Welcome!
9/1/2012 - The PENN Udall Center for Parkinson's Disease Research is funded.
6/2012 - Divya and Patricia join the laboratory for the summer. Welcome!
3/1/2012 - Ines joins TNRL. Welcome!
1/11/2012 - Elaine and Sarah start their lab rotations at TNRL. Welcome!
12/13/2011 - The Judith & Jean Pape Adams Charitable Foundation generously supports TNRL research on molecular analysis of human brain tissue with an ALS research grant.
11/30/2011 - Review paper on the molecular mechanisms underlying TDP-43 proteinopathies is published in Nature Reviews Neuroscience. Read article.
10/5/2011 - Paper on the relationship between metabolic syndrome, adiponectin and seizure pathology is published in the Journal of Neuroscience. Read article.
9/1/2011 - Shannon and Hyunjoo join TNRL.
7/15/2011 - Eddie is awarded the McCabe award.
Paper on inducible α-synuclein transgenic mice is featured in Journal of Neuroscience’s “This Week in the Journal”. Read article.
7/1/2011 - TNRL officially opens! Woo hoo!
1/4/2011 - Malfunctioning gene associated with Lou Gherig’s disease leads to nerve-cell death in mice. Read article.