A new pancreatic cancer research paper came out from the Tuveson lab in the journal Science, titled by "The glycan CA19-9 promotes pancreatitis and pancreatic cancer in mice". We are proud that Eun, our Assistant Specialist co-authored this paper while she was in the Tuveson lab. Congrats!
Discovering Curiosity: Building Mini-Organs to Fight Pancreatic Cancer with New Faculty Chang-il Hwang https://biology.ucdavis.edu/news/discovering-curiosity-building-mini-organs-fight-pancreatic-cancer-new-faculty-chang-il-hwang On the hunt for methods to aid early detection and better therapeutic treatments, Assistant Professor Chang-il Hwang developed pancreatic cancer organoids, miniature organ models that allow him to study pancreatic cancer from its earliest stages. David Slipher/UC Davis March 21, 2019 … Continue reading Hwang lab featured in news letter
Nick and AJ (BMCDB rotation students) wrapped up their rotations at the Hwang lab. They presented their works at BMCDB graduate group meeting (chalk talk). Good luck with your final rotation and future endeavors!
Lab is growing!
Welcome back from the winter break. Now winter quarter begins. We have two BMCDB rotation graduate students, Nick and Aron. Nick and Aron will stay with us for 5 weeks. Welcome!
Happy new year! Hope this year would be productive and successful year for all of us.
First lab dinner at Thai restaurant in Davis. Thank you for your hard work in the Fall quarter 2018. Looking forward to seeing you in the next quarter.
Qi Tian, a junior specialist, joined the Hwang laboratory. She recently graduated from UC Davis, majoring in Biochemistry. Welcome!
Hwang laboratory will have two rotation graduate students from BMCDB program in upcoming winter quarter. Looking forward to working with Aron and Nick in the lab.
Great training program at UC Davis. Retreat was at South Lake Tahoe.