Amos Liang receives grant from BrightFocus Foundation to study Alzheimer’s disease

Our postdoctoral fellow Amos Jin Rui Liang will receive $100,000.00 grant from the BrightFocus Foundation for his study of Alzheimer’s disease focusing on the “Identification of Novel ER-phagy Proteins that are Implicated in Neurodegeneration” 

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May 7, 2020

Increasing HDR by timed inhibition of CDC7, published in Nature Communications

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