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Chen Lab at Neuroscience Retreat
June 18, 2021
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Xin Jie Chen
Sanaea winning in 3MT competition.
July 14, 2021
Sanaea Bhagwagar won the second place in the College of Graduate Studies 3-minute-thesis (3MT) Competition. Congratulations, Sanaea!
2022 SUMMER DEPARTMENTAL PICNIC
Liam Coyne completed Ph.D work
April 29, 2021
Liam Coyne successfully defended his Ph.D thesis on "Mitochondrial Protein Import Clogging as a Novel Mechanism of Disease", and will continue his medical training at Upstate. Congratulations, Liam!
mPOS in human cells featured on the cover of MBoC
A paper entitled “Mitochondrial Carrier Protein Overloading and Misfolding Induce Aggresome and Proteostatic Adaptations in the Cytosol”, by Yaxin Liu*, Xiaowen Wang*, Liam P. Coyne* (*equal contributions), Yuan Yang, Yue Qi, Frank A. Middleton and Xin Jie Chen, was published in the journal Molecular Biology of the Cell. The paper was featured on the cover of the journal, and was selected for a highlight in the American Society of Cell Biology Newsletter.
Implications of mPOS for neurodegeneration - review article published.
An article by Coyne, L.P. and Chen, X.J., entitled "mPOS - a novel trigger of cell death with implications for neurodegeneration" is published in a special issue of FEBS Lett. focusing on ROS and Mitochondria in Modulating Nervous System Function. (FEBS Lett. 592:759-775).