A Postdoctoral Scholar Position in Pancreatic Cancer Research The Department of Microbiology and Molecular Genetics at the University of California, Davis, invites applications for one position as a Postdoctoral Scholar in the broad area of pancreatic cancer research with specific interest in epigenetics and gene regulation. An NIH/NCI funded postdoctoral scholar position is available in … Continue reading We are hiring a postdoctoral scholar
Keely Ji, our talented undergraduate researcher in the Hwang lab received the Provost Undergraduate Fellowship (PUF) award. This fund will
Nov 19th was Wolrd Pancreatic Cancer Day. To celeberate, we had purple-themed lab meeting.
November is Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month, and today (Nov 19th) is World Pancreatic Cancer Day. Hwang lab is a dedicated pancreatic cancer research laboratory at UC Davis.
Please welcome Suyakarn (Sonia) Archasappawat from the Graduate Group Integrative Pathobiology. Sonia will be rotating with us for 5 weeks in the Fall Quarter. She has a DVM degree, seeking PhD. Welcome Dr. Archasappawat.
Keely, a talented undergrad researcher at Hwang lab presented her work at UCD EEOP Summer Symposium 2020. Great job!
We have two alumni of Hwang lab in this summer. Qi Tian (Junior Specialist), and Hsien-Yi (Rex) Yang (undergraduate researcher). Qi is leaving the Hwang lab. She worked for two years since the Hwang lab opened in 2018. Qi has been working in the middle of pandemic to maintain our mouse colony. She will be … Continue reading Farewell
Our two talented grad students, Reno Xu and Sarah Wang have been selected for T32 fellowship. Congrats!
In the middle of COVID19 pandemic, Sarah Wang and Reno Xu officially joined the lab in April 1st and started working (remotely). Our undergraduate researcher, Keely Ji received the Dean's Circle Undergraduate Summer Research fellowship. Congrats!
Selin successfully completed her rotation project, and we welcome a new rotation grad student, Cris. Former rotation students, Reno and Sarah joined our lab dinner. Linh Trinh (NAIST, Japan) visited us for 4 weeks. Thank you all for your hard work!