For Lab Members
The Kreeger lab's work was recently profiled by the WI Public News Service. See link for full story.
Congratulations to Dawn Tian for receiving a Great Lakes National Scholarship!
Congratulations to the Kreeger lab for being awarded a Research Scholars Grant from the American Cancer Society link
Congratulations to Greg Czaplewski for receiving his MS degree!
Congratulations to Dawn Tian for successfully defending her PhD proposal!
Congratulations to Danielle Bourgeois for passing her PhD Qualifying Exams!
Congratulations to Rexxi Prasasya (MS, BME) and Katie Pollock (BS, BME) on their graduations. Rexxi will be pursuing a PhD in the Integrated Graduate Program in Life Sciences at Northwestern and Katie will be pursuing a PhD in Biomedical Engineering at the University of Minnesota.
Welcome to our summer undergraduates - Christie, Kang, Lauren, and Marika!
Katie Pollock will present a poster "Characterization of Endometriotic Cell Behavior Using a 3D Culture Model" at the UW Undergraduate Symposium.
Congratulations to Dawn Tian for passing her PhD Qualifying Exams!
Rexxi Prasasya will present a poster "Analysis of ErbB Inhibitor Sensitivity and ErbB Network Patterns in Epithelial Ovarian Cancer" at the BMES Annual Meeting in Austin, TX. Kathryn Pollock is a co-author.
Congratulations to Danielle Bourgeois for winning a Holton graduate fellowship. Good job!
Welcome to the new Kreeger lab members - Danielle Bourgeois and Greg Czaplewski.
Congratulations to Megan Gnazzo and Valery Adorno for their outstanding presentations at their REU program research symposia! We had a great time having them in the lab this summer and wish them the best!
Megan Gnazzo presented a poster "Signal Pathway Cross Talk Between the ErbB Receptor and IL-6 and IL-8 Cytokines in Ovarian Cancer Tumor Cells" at the CIC/SROP Summer Research Conference in Columbus, OH. Co-authors include Rexxi Prasasya and Kathryn Pollock.
Congratulations to Dawn Tian for receiving an Honorable Mention in the NSF GRFP this year.
Pam Kreeger is awarded a NSF CAREER - "Quantitative Analysis of Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals"
The Kreeger lab is awarded a Veritas luminometer by Turner Biosciences.