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Dec 2008
New paper describing our approach to screen for novel anti-cancer compounds (got the cover!) went online today
Big Sendoff Parties for Stacie and Alex. We are happy and sad. Mostly happy.
Stacie Stone departs for her new position at Johnson & Johnson
October 2008
Research faculty, Igor Landais, presents at the International Fanconi Symposium.
September 2008
Stacie Stone is awarded an ASH Travel Award to present her research at the Annual American Society for Hematology conference in San Francisco in December
Meet Matt McCarroll, new rotating graduate student.
July 2008
Stacie Stone is awarded a Hematology Postdoctoral Fellowship
May 2008
OWW featured in Scientific American, mentioning Hoatlin Lab and Science 2.0
April 2008
Stacie Stone successfully defends her thesis! Congratulations Dr. Stone!
Alexis bids us farewell to advance to the next step in her career in primary medicine
Alex Sobeck lands a job as a tenure-track Assistant Professor at University of Minnesota. Yahoo!
December 2007
Igor Landais wins an American Association of Cancer Research Lily Scholar Award for his work presented at the AACR International Meeting on Molecular Targets and Cancer Therapeutics
September 2007
Article in The Jewish Daily
June 2007
Interns Victor and Hanna return to the Hoatlin lab. High fives all around.
April 2007
FANCI, yet another FA gene, marking the end of an era.
March 2007
A new FA core complex protein, FAAP100 is identified, another daughter of BRAFT
Feb 2007
New FA core complex protein identified, FAAP24, hangs out with FANCM, shares homology with the XPF family.
Jan 3
FANCN is announced! A new year, another new Fanconi gene, aka PALB2.
Jan 2, 2007
We celebrate the New Year by eating baklava, truffles and greeting Hanna and Victor, home for the Winter break. Hanna is forced to stay and work, while Victor narrowly escapes from our clutches, promising to work online. (pictures will be added)
August 22, 2006
Summer intern Victor departs for U. Penn. We are keeping his bench warm and his computer poised for Christmas break.
July 24, 2006
Igor Landais joins our lab and is awarded a Cancer Biology Training Grant Postdoctoral Fellowship.
June 22, 2006
We get a Biosciences Innovation Fund Award from the OHSU Foundation for our project. We are happy!
June 6, 2006
We join OpenWetWare
June 16, 2006
Hanna goes back to school. We have excellent Thai lunch to send her off. We are sad. Looking forward to her return.
May 30, 2006
Victor joins our lab. We are happier still.
May 24, 2006
Hanna joins our lab again before summer econ classes pull her back to Cornell (crazy double major). We are happy.
January 20, 2006
Hoatlin Labites move from the Division Formally Known as Molecular Medicine to Biochemistry and Molecular Biology ( Room MRB518). We paint the lab Mango. Moving Day pictures.
January 24, 2006, OHSU
Clawed Frog Helps Fanconi Anemia Research Make Leaps
September 21, 2005, The Oregonian
OHSU researchers' discovery may help remedy a rare disease
March 2004, Portland Monthly
Maureen Hoatlin honored in Portland Monthly's "Our Best Doctors" segment
September 16, 2003, The Oregonian
OHSU plays role in disease breakthrough
September 16, 2003, The Seattle Times
Protein helps anemia research
September 14, 2003, ScienceDaily and KGW NewsChannel 8
OHSU Scientists Uncover Key Protein For Fanconi Anemia, Cancer Susceptibility

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