The Spitale Lab has been awarded the UCI Institute for Clinical and Translational Science (ICTS) Rehabilitation & Regenerative Medicine Grant Award. The award will support a pilot project to understand RNA synthesis in transplanted neuronal stem cells, once transplanted inside the living mouse brain. Their goal is to understand how RNA expression changes help transplanted cellsRead more about Spitale Lab awarded Rehabilitation & Regenerative Medicine Grant Award[…]
Over 100 guests joined us on April 14, 2017 for UCI’s 3rd annual RNA Symposium. Organized by UCI PharmSci Professor Rob Spitale, the day featured renowned speakers, researchers, and professors. We would like to thank our speakers, sponsors, and guests for making our event a success! Thank you to our speakers: Keynote Speaker: Dr. AnnaRead more about UCI’s 3rd annual RNA Symposium[…]
UCI’s 3rd annual RNA Symposium The UCI Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences and the UCI Institute for Genomics and Bioinformatics are proud to present UCI’s 3rd annual RNA Symposium. Join us for a day of presentations by renowned faculty, researchers, and professors from Yale, Caltech, UCLA, UCSD, and more. A continental breakfast, lunch, and reception are included. AprilRead more about 2017 RNA Symposium[…]
Professor Tom Poulos receives UCI Distinguished Professor title Professor Tom Poulos has been awarded the title of UCI Distinguished Professor, effective January 1, 2017. This title is the most prestigious campus-level academic distinction and is reserved for “senior faculty who have achieved the highest levels of scholarship over the course of their careers.” Professor PoulosRead more about Professor Tom Poulos receives UCI Distinguished Professor title[…]
UCI PharmSci Professor Steve Hanessian and UCI Developmental and Cell Biology Professor Aimee Edinger have co-founded a new company, Obsidio Therapeutics Inc, to combat cancer. Obsidio in Latin means “siege” or “blocade” and reflects the mission of the company to block the entry of nutrients into cancer cells, starving them to death while sparing normal tissues.
Professor Scott Denmark from the University of Chicago joined us for this year’s Vertex Lecture to present his talk: “So you think you know the mechanism of the Suzuki-Miyaura Cross-Coupling Reaction.” About Professor Denmark Professor Denmark obtained an S.B. degree from MIT (1975). His graduate studies were carried out at the ETH-Zürich, culminating in a D.Sc. TechRead more about 2017 Vertex Lecture features Professor Scott Denmark from the University of Chicago[…]