Angela is the first Meadows lab graduate student to defend their PhD thesis.
Nehal, Dawn and Xingyan at the poster presentations!
This 5 year, $1.82 million dollar NIH/NHLBI award will be used to investigate TGF-Beta downstream effectors involved in AVM formation tied to Hereditary Hemorrhagic Telangiectasia (HHT).
Nehal's poster placed 2nd at Tulane University's 12th Annual School of Science and Engineering Research Days.
See our recent publication describing a new Smad4 mouse model of AVM-HHT.
Both Hannah Broussard and Josh Kirkorksy, undergraduates in the Meadows Lab, have gotten into their professional schools of choice. Hannah will be attending the LSU dental school in the fall of 2018, and Josh will be attending medical school in the fall of 2018. Congratulations to both Hannah and Josh!
Congratulations to Angela for receiving the 2 year NIH F31 award!
On Thursday, December 14th, the Meadows lab took a trip to Adventure Quest to test our skills at bumper cars, cosmic golf, laser tag, and arcade games. We opened up the night with our Secret Santa gifts, which ranged from dishwashing packets to a backscratcher.