Jul. 21, 2021—Andrea Marshall, Zer Vue, and Heather Beasley (Hinton lab) are all co-authors in a DEI publication: Intentional mentoring: Maximizing the impact of underrepresented future scientists in the 21st century. | Pathogens and Disease | Oxford Academic (oup.com)
Jul. 20, 2021—Heather Beasley, postdoc (Hinton Lab), has received an award to attend the Endocrine Society’s Early Career Forum.
Jul. 20, 2021—Andrea Marshall, staff scientist (Hinton lab), has published a diversity, equity, and inclusion paper in Pathogens and Disease on microaggressions. Link: Responding and navigating racialized microaggressions in STEM – PubMed (nih.gov).
Jul. 20, 2021—Heather Beasley published a review on TMEM 135 that has been accepted and published at Cells (Impact 6.6). Cells | Free Full-Text | TMEM135 is a Novel Regulator of Mitochondrial Dynamics and Physiology with Implications for Human Health Conditions | HTML (mdpi.com). “
Jul. 20, 2021—Antentor Hinton, Jr.has been selected as a Topic Editor for the special issue by Frontiers in Molecular Biosciences on The Role of Mitochondrial Endoplasmic Reticulum Contact Sites in Human Health and Disease. The Role of Mitochondrial Endoplasmic Reticulum Contact Sites in Human Health and Disease | Frontiers Research Topic (frontiersin.org)
Jul. 20, 2021—Andrea Marshall, staff scientist (Hinton lab), has been invited to participate in the American Society of Cell Biology’s 2021 Accomplishing Career Transitions (ACT) Program. 2021-2022 ACT Cohort | ASCB
Jul. 20, 2021—Antentor Hinton, Jr. has been awarded Burroughs Wellcome Fund Career Awards at the Scientific Interface (CASI) Award that provides $500,000 in support. 2021 Career Awards at the Scientific Interface Recipients Announced – Burroughs Wellcome Fund (bwfund.org)
Apr. 21, 2021—Jason Hughes, graduate student in the Neuert lab, was awarded the Harold Stirling Vanderbilt award.
Apr. 21, 2021—In April 2021, Payam Fathi (Ayala lab) was awarded an NIH F31 titled “High fat diet induced remodeling of preproglucagon neuronal control of feeding behavior”.
Dec. 18, 2020—In November 2020, Jessica Biddinger (Simerly lab) published a paper titled, “Leptin suppresses development of GLP-1 inputs to the paraventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus” in eLife, 9.