The lab publishes a new paper in Journal of Virology out this month. It's about how HPV E7-mediated degradation of PTPN14 changes epithelial cell biology. We're also represented on a new collaborative publication with Dev Basu's lab, in which they develop a powerful new patient-derived model of HPV-positive cancer.
We are very happy to welcome Kaeri Martinez, a Penn SUIP summer student, to the lab this summer. Kaeri is a rising senior at Brown University.
The lab is thrilled to be awarded our first NIH R01. The grant will support our research on how HPV oncoproteins inhibit epithelial differentiation. We are grateful for the support of mentors and collaborators and for a fantastic lab team.
Elizabeth presents a (virtual) poster at the 2020 Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections
The lab starts its first ever work-from-home hiatus during the global coronavirus pandemic. We are thinking of our colleagues working hard on SARS-CoV-2 and hope to be back in the lab soon!
Elizabeth visits and gives a seminar at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. It was great to see old friends and meet new science colleagues.
Joshua presents his thesis research in the monthly Tumor Virology lunch seminar series.
CAMB-MVP Ph.D. student Ronit Schwartz joins the lab for her second rotation. Welcome Ronit!
Check out the updated Photos page for a look at our holiday 2019 celebrations.
The regional board of the American Cancer Society held its quarterly meeting in Johnson Pavilion this month. Board members visited the lab for a tour and heard Elizabeth speak about our work. Thanks for stopping by!
CAMB-MVP Ph.D. student Clare Cimperman joins the lab for her first rotation. Welcome Clare!
CAMB-GTV Ph.D. student Joangela Nouel joins the lab for her thesis work. Welcome Joangela!
Alexis Brantly joins the lab as a Research Specialist B. Alexis recently earned her M.Sc. in Microbiology and Cell Science from the University of Florida. Welcome to the lab!
Elizabeth and Joshua attend the 50th Anniversary DNA Tumor Virus Meeting in Trieste, Italy. Joshua presents his recent research and Elizabeth co-chairs the session on Virus-Host Interactions.
Elizabeth attends and speaks at the inaugural 'Missing Links in HPV Biology: Focus on head & neck and skin cancer' in Cologne, Germany
Joangela Nouel joins the lab for a summer rotation. Welcome Joangela!
Our publication entitled PTPN14 degradation by high-risk human papillomavirus E7 limits keratinocyte differentiation and contributes to HPV-mediated oncogenesis is published in PNAS. Check it out! Congratulations to Joshua and the team and big thanks to all our colleagues and collaborators.
Elizabeth's review article on HPV oncoproteins and epithelial differentiation is now online in Viruses.
Work from our collaboration with Iain Morgan and colleagues is published in Journal of Virology.
We celebrate fall birthdays and the end of Phil's successful rotation with lunch at the White Dog Cafe (as usual, no photographic evidence exists).
Metthew presents a poster at the annual UPenn Biomedical Postdoc Programs symposium.
Penn Vet VMD-PhD student Philip Hicks joins the lab for his third rotation. Welcome Phil!
The second annual CAMB-MVP retreat is held at the Inn at Swarthmore, where Joshua presents a poster.
Metthew and Elizabeth attend and Elizabeth presents at the 49th annual DNA Tumor Virus Meeting in Madison, Wisconsin. It was great to see old science friends and to make new ones.
CAMB-MVP Ph.D. student Joshua Hatterschide joins the lab for his thesis work. Welcome Joshua!
Emily Kim joins the lab as a summer researcher. Welcome Emily!
Metthew Lam, Ph.D., joins the lab as a postdoctoral fellow. Welcome Metthew!
The lab is awarded a 4-year Research Scholar Grant from the American Cancer Society. This will support our research on the molecular mechanisms by which high-risk HPV E7 proteins mediate oncogenic transformation of human cells.
Joshua Hatterschide, a CAMB-MVP Ph.D. student, joins the lab for his second rotation. Welcome Josh!
Elizabeth presents some of the lab’s recent work at the American Society for Microbiology’s 4th Conference on Viral Manipulation of Nuclear Processes in Charleston, SC.
Work from our collaboration with Michaela Gack’s lab at the University of Chicago is published in Journal of Virology.
Elizabeth gives a seminar at Virginia Commonwealth University.
Work from our collaboration with James DeCaprio’s lab is published in PLoS Pathogens.
Elizabeth and Karl Munger publish a Preview commentary in Cell. Check it out!
Elyse Gadra and Jessica Anderson join the lab as undergraduate research assistants. Welcome Elyse and Jessica!
Nina Montoya, a CAMB-MVP Ph.D. student, joins the lab for her fall rotation. Welcome Nina!
Amelia Bohidar joins the lab as a Research Specialist. Welcome Amelia!
Elizabeth gives a talk at the inaugural CAMB-MVP graduate program retreat at the Inn at Swarthmore.
The White Lab is established at the University of Pennsylvania.