Congratulations to Steve on being award the 2020 Saul Winegrad Award for Outstanding Dissertation!
New research study published: Dietary fructose feeds hepatic lipogenesis via microbiota-derived acetate. Congratulations to Steve and all involved! Shareable link: https://rdcu.be/b26vf
Welcome to Laura Pinheiro, from the BMB graduate group, joining the lab as a PhD thesis student!
Congrats to Sophie on her review article: Compartmentalized acyl-CoA metabolism and roles in chromatin regulation, now online:
Congratulations to Joyce on publication of her review article: Advances into understanding metabolites as signaling molecules in cancer progression
Check out Sophie’s 60 Second Metabolist video on her recent Molecular Metabolism paper:https://www.molecularmetabolism.com/
Luke’s commentary “Histone lactylation links metabolism and gene regulation” is out in Nature:https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/31645737
Congratulations to Steve on his successful thesis defense!
Congratulations to Sophie on publication of her study in Molecular Metabolism!
Subcellular metabolic pathway kinetics are revealed by correcting for artifactual post harvest metabolism
Hayley’s commentary in Cancer Discovery:
Epigenetic Control of Fatty-Acid Metabolism Sustains Glioma Stem Cells https://cancerdiscovery.aacrjournals.org/content/9/9/1161
Welcome to Mike Noji, a new CAMB/Cancer Biology PhD student joining the lab!
Congratulations to Luke, who has been selected for a slot on the Cell and Molecular Biology Training Grant!
Congratulations to Sully, who was selected for a slot on the Endocrine T32 training grant!
New research paper published: Adipocyte ACLY Facilities Dietary Carbohydrate Handling to Maintain Metabolic Homeostasis in Females
Congrats to Sully and John!
Congrats to Joyce and Luke for passing their prelims!
Welcome to Salisa Kruijning, joining us as a visiting student from the Netherlands
Alessandro’s research paper is published in Cancer Discovery: Acetyl-CoA metabolism supports multistep pancreatic tumorigenesis
Welcome to our newest lab member, Joyce Liu, an MD/PhD student in the BMB program!
New review article published: Metabolic Signaling to the Nucleus in Cancer, Mol Cell. 2018 Aug 2;71(3):398-408.
Welcome to Hayley Affronti, joining the lab as a postdoctoral fellow!
Welcome to Luke Izzo, joining the lab as a new CAMB/Cancer Biology PhD student!
Congratulations to Sophie for winning a poster award at the NYAS Cancer Metabolism and Signaling Symposium!
Sophie’s commentary “Metabolite regulates differentiation” appears in Science.
New Research Study is published: Acetyl-CoA promotes glioblastoma cell adhesion and migration through Ca2+-NFAT Signaling, in Genes and Development. Congratulations to Joyce and all involved! Click Here to view the recent twitter post from Penn
Sophie is awarded in ADA Postdoctoral Fellowship
Review article published!
Spatiotemporal Control of Acetyl-CoA Metabolism in Chromatin Regulation (Sivanand et al, Trends in Biochemical Sciences)
Steve is awarded an F99/K00 fellowship!
Congratulations to Joyce on her successful thesis defense.
Congratulations to Sharanya on her successful thesis defense.
Congratulations to Sharanya for publication of her study in Molecular Cell!
Link to Article: https://authors.elsevier.com/a/1VPqG3vVUP2CWZ
Welcome to Katharina Huber, joining us as a visiting student from Graz, Austria!
Congratulations to Isabella, for her acceptance into the University Scholars program!
Dr. Wellen is promoted to Associate Professor, with Tenure
Karla is selected for Jumpstart for Juniors program
Sydney Campbell is awarded an F31 predoctoral fellowship.
Webinar: Deciphering cancer: The intersection of epigenetics, metabolism, and tumorigenesis
Kathryn E. Wellen, Jason Locasale
Steve Zhao's research is highlighted in the CAMB student newsletter:
Congratulations to Sydney Campbell, who was recently appointed to the "Training in Tumor Virology” training grant. T32-CA-115299.
Steven Zhao and AnnMarie Torres' recent publication, ATP-Citrate Lyase Controls a Glucose-to-Acetate Metabolic Switch was selected to be featured on the cover of Cell Reports.