The ITCMS postdoctoral training program at the UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center provides an exceptional interdisciplinary training experience, including outstanding basic and translational research opportunities with renowned investigators, and an extensive scope of workshops and training modules with an emphasis on cancer model systems.
Congratulations to Susanna Stroik, PhD, for her recently awarded F32 Postdoctoral Fellowship by the National Cancer Institute. Susanna’s grant begins in August 2021 and will last three years. Her research will be on the Characterization of POLQ’s Function in Replication Rescue. She is a member of the Ramsden lab. Great work, Susanna!
Congratulations to both Christine Roden, PhD, and Chase Weidman, PhD, who both won this year’s prestigious Pagano Award. They are current and former trainees, respectively of the Integrated Training in Cancer Model Systems T32 Program. This award is granted to postdoctoral fellows for their “hard work and amazing discoveries.” Christine is a member of the … Continued
Congratulations to Becky Steiner, PhD, who just accepted an Assistant Professorship position with the Department of Genetics and Biochemistry at Lake Erie College of Medicine in Bradenton, Florida. Becky will be finishing up her post-doctoral training and leaving the program in July. Best of luck, Becky!
About UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center
As one of only 51 NCI-designated comprehensive cancer centers, UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center brings together some of the most exceptional physicians and scientists in the country to investigate and improve the prevention, early detection, and treatment of cancer.