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'''3/16/11''' <br>
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Our streak continues! Abby Hill wins the BME department Best Undergraduate Research award. She will receive a $250 prize, well-deserved for her many dedicated hours with the lab over the past two years!
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'''3/15/11'''<br>
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Catherine Rivet is named the winner of the 2011 IBB Suddath Student Award, one of the highest honors for a graduate student in the biosciences/bioengineering at Georgia Tech. She will receive $1500 for research and travel and will deliver a special seminar next spring on her work. Congratulations!
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'''3/2/11'''<br>
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We have a [http://www.gatech.edu/newsroom/release.html?nid=64716 press release] on our paper this month in Molecular & Cellular Proteomics.
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'''2/27/11'''<br>
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Melissa Kemp is awarded the Georgia Tech Undergraduate Research Mentor award among junior faculty across the university.
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'''1/6/11'''<br>
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Catherine Rivet's and Abby Hill's manuscript "Predicting cytotoxic T cell age from multivariate analysis of static and dynamic biomarkers" has been accepted to Molecular & Cellular Proteomics. You can check it out [http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov.proxy.bme.gatech.edu/pubmed/21193537 here].
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'''12/10/10'''<br>
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Phillip Lee is awarded the runner-up prize (and $250) at the annual Georgia Tech Bioinformatics poster session.
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'''11/11/10''' <br>
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Willa Ni and Debika Mitra have received the President's Undergraduate Research Award for the Spring 2011 semester!
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'''8/18/10'''<br>
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Phillip Lee has been awarded a Computational Biology Faculty Graduate Research Assistantship by the Department of Biology.
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'''8/13/10''' <br>
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Ailia Gardezi has been selected to participate in the 2010-11 Graduate Leadership Program. She will be traveling to a weekend retreat at Callaway Gardens this month as part of the program.
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'''8/2/2010'''<br>
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Katie Brasuk and Abby Hill have both received President's Undergraduate Research Award for the Fall 2010 semester.
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'''5/3/10'''<br>
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Melissa Kemp has been selected to receive the Council for Systems Biology in Boston (CSB2) Prize for Innovative Measurement Methods. As this year’s recipient, she will deliver a plenary talk at the Conference on Systems Biology of Human Disease (June 13-15) at Harvard Medical School.
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'''4/22/10'''<br>
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Phillip Lee has been awarded a Computational Biology Faculty Graduate Research Assistantship by the Department of Biology. This award is designed for Bioinformatics master's students to conduct research during the summer term.
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'''4/15/10'''<br>
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Ted Chen is awarded a National Science Foundation graduate fellowship. He will be enrolling in the Bioengineering Ph.D. program at University of Washington in the fall to study biomaterials and tissue engineering. Congratulations, Ted!
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'''3/3/10'''<br>
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Ted Chen is selected by the College of Engineering as a winner of the Outstanding Undergraduate Researcher Award! This award comes with a $250 cash prize. Ted will be honored at a reception following the Undergraduate Research Spring Symposium on 3/16.
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'''2/23/10'''<br>
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The NSF Science and Technology Center "Emergent Behaviors of Integrated Cellular Systems" between MIT, UIUC, and Georgia Tech, has been funded for 5 years and 25 million dollars. Here are links to the press releases: <br>
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http://www.gatech.edu/newsroom/release.html?nid=53825 <br>
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http://web.mit.edu/newsoffice/2010/001897654-nsf-grant.html <br>
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The Kemp lab will be involved in developing the enabling computational modeling technologies needed to design and assemble complex multicellular biological machines.
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'''2/4/10'''<br>
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Nnenna Adimora's manuscript "A model of redox kinetics implicates the thiol proteome in cellular hydrogen peroxide responses" has been accepted to Antioxidants & Redox Signaling. You can check it out [http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/query.fcgi?cmd=PureSearch&db=pubmed&details_term=20121341 here].
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'''1/18/10'''<br>
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Katie Brasuk and Debika Mitra received President's Undergraduate Research Award for the Spring 2010 semester. Congratulations to both of you! <br>
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'''11/21/09'''<br>
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Dr. Don-Ricardo Miller is awarded a Young Investigator award at the Society for Free Radical Biology and Medicine's 2009 meeting!
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'''10/23/09'''<br>
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Willa Ni is accepted into the prestigious Undergraduate Research Scholar program run by IBB. This is the second year in a row that we have an award winner with a full year of sponsored undergraduate research and a $3000 summer stipend. Congratulations, Willa!
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'''10/15/09''' <br>
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Don-Ricardo Miller's abstract is accepted to the Society for Free Radical Biology and Medicine annual meeting, to be held in San Francisco Nov. 18-22.
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'''9/22/09'''<br>
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Melissa Kemp is honored with a NIH Director’s New Innovator Award!<br> Press release information:<br>
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http://www.gatech.edu/newsroom/newsbriefs.html?c=203 <br>
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http://nihroadmap.nih.gov/newinnovator/Recipients09.asp
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'''8/20/09'''<br>
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Abby Hill's poster abstract, titled "Quantification of Senescence in Cultured Primary T Cells", was accepted for the fall meeting of the Biomedical Engineering Society. Congratulations!
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'''8/9/09'''<br>
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Gaurav Dwivedi presents his poster "Redox regulation of phosphatases as a mechanism for activating the MAPK cascade" at the Foundations of Systems Biology in Engineering biannual symposium, held in Denver, CO.
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'''2/9/09''' <br>
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Dr. Don-Ricardo Miller joins the group as a postdoc, advised jointly with Christine Payne. Don will be working on cellular imaging of protein movement during oxidative stress
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Catherine Rivet successfully completes her qualifying exam in the Bioengineering Ph.D. program. Great job!
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Catherine Rivet successfully completes her qualifying exam in the Bioengineering Ph.D. program. Great job, Catherine!
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Catherine Rivet successfully defends her M.S. thesis "Study of early signaling events in T cell activation enabled through a modular and multi-time point microfluidic device"
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Catherine Rivet successfully defends her M.S. thesis "Study of early signaling events in T cell activation enabled through a modular and multi-time point microfluidic device". She's the first to get a degree awarded from research in the lab!
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Nnenna Adimora is awarded a NSF Graduate Fellowship. Congratulations, Nnenna!
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Nnenna Adimora is awarded a NSF Graduate Fellowship!
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3/16/11
Our streak continues! Abby Hill wins the BME department Best Undergraduate Research award. She will receive a $250 prize, well-deserved for her many dedicated hours with the lab over the past two years!

3/15/11
Catherine Rivet is named the winner of the 2011 IBB Suddath Student Award, one of the highest honors for a graduate student in the biosciences/bioengineering at Georgia Tech. She will receive $1500 for research and travel and will deliver a special seminar next spring on her work. Congratulations!

3/2/11
We have a press release on our paper this month in Molecular & Cellular Proteomics.

2/27/11
Melissa Kemp is awarded the Georgia Tech Undergraduate Research Mentor award among junior faculty across the university.

1/6/11
Catherine Rivet's and Abby Hill's manuscript "Predicting cytotoxic T cell age from multivariate analysis of static and dynamic biomarkers" has been accepted to Molecular & Cellular Proteomics. You can check it out here.

12/10/10
Phillip Lee is awarded the runner-up prize (and $250) at the annual Georgia Tech Bioinformatics poster session.

11/11/10
Willa Ni and Debika Mitra have received the President's Undergraduate Research Award for the Spring 2011 semester!

8/18/10
Phillip Lee has been awarded a Computational Biology Faculty Graduate Research Assistantship by the Department of Biology.

8/13/10
Ailia Gardezi has been selected to participate in the 2010-11 Graduate Leadership Program. She will be traveling to a weekend retreat at Callaway Gardens this month as part of the program.

8/2/2010
Katie Brasuk and Abby Hill have both received President's Undergraduate Research Award for the Fall 2010 semester.

5/3/10
Melissa Kemp has been selected to receive the Council for Systems Biology in Boston (CSB2) Prize for Innovative Measurement Methods. As this year’s recipient, she will deliver a plenary talk at the Conference on Systems Biology of Human Disease (June 13-15) at Harvard Medical School.

4/22/10
Phillip Lee has been awarded a Computational Biology Faculty Graduate Research Assistantship by the Department of Biology. This award is designed for Bioinformatics master's students to conduct research during the summer term.

4/15/10
Ted Chen is awarded a National Science Foundation graduate fellowship. He will be enrolling in the Bioengineering Ph.D. program at University of Washington in the fall to study biomaterials and tissue engineering. Congratulations, Ted!

3/3/10
Ted Chen is selected by the College of Engineering as a winner of the Outstanding Undergraduate Researcher Award! This award comes with a $250 cash prize. Ted will be honored at a reception following the Undergraduate Research Spring Symposium on 3/16.

2/23/10
The NSF Science and Technology Center "Emergent Behaviors of Integrated Cellular Systems" between MIT, UIUC, and Georgia Tech, has been funded for 5 years and 25 million dollars. Here are links to the press releases:
http://www.gatech.edu/newsroom/release.html?nid=53825
http://web.mit.edu/newsoffice/2010/001897654-nsf-grant.html
The Kemp lab will be involved in developing the enabling computational modeling technologies needed to design and assemble complex multicellular biological machines.

2/4/10
Nnenna Adimora's manuscript "A model of redox kinetics implicates the thiol proteome in cellular hydrogen peroxide responses" has been accepted to Antioxidants & Redox Signaling. You can check it out here.

1/18/10
Katie Brasuk and Debika Mitra received President's Undergraduate Research Award for the Spring 2010 semester. Congratulations to both of you!

11/21/09
Dr. Don-Ricardo Miller is awarded a Young Investigator award at the Society for Free Radical Biology and Medicine's 2009 meeting!

10/23/09
Willa Ni is accepted into the prestigious Undergraduate Research Scholar program run by IBB. This is the second year in a row that we have an award winner with a full year of sponsored undergraduate research and a $3000 summer stipend. Congratulations, Willa!

10/15/09
Don-Ricardo Miller's abstract is accepted to the Society for Free Radical Biology and Medicine annual meeting, to be held in San Francisco Nov. 18-22.

9/22/09
Melissa Kemp is honored with a NIH Director’s New Innovator Award!
Press release information:
http://www.gatech.edu/newsroom/newsbriefs.html?c=203
http://nihroadmap.nih.gov/newinnovator/Recipients09.asp

8/20/09
Abby Hill's poster abstract, titled "Quantification of Senescence in Cultured Primary T Cells", was accepted for the fall meeting of the Biomedical Engineering Society. Congratulations!

8/9/09
Gaurav Dwivedi presents his poster "Redox regulation of phosphatases as a mechanism for activating the MAPK cascade" at the Foundations of Systems Biology in Engineering biannual symposium, held in Denver, CO.

2/9/09
Dr. Don-Ricardo Miller joins the group as a postdoc, advised jointly with Christine Payne. Don will be working on cellular imaging of protein movement during oxidative stress

1/7/09
Catherine Rivet successfully completes her qualifying exam in the Bioengineering Ph.D. program. Great job, Catherine!

11/25/08
Ted Chen receives a President's Undergraduate Research Award for the Spring 2009 semester. This is his second year in a row to receive this competitive honor.

11/13/08
Catherine Rivet successfully defends her M.S. thesis "Study of early signaling events in T cell activation enabled through a modular and multi-time point microfluidic device". She's the first to get a degree awarded from research in the lab!

10/23/08
Abby Hill is designated an Undergraduate Research Scholar in IBB. This award is for a full year of undergraduate research and a $4000 summer stipend. Congratulations, Abby!

9/5/08
Ted Chen receives a PURA travel award to participate in the BMES annual meeting.

9/1/08
Our grant on microfluidic devices for assessing T cell functionality (Hang Lu, Melissa Kemp co-PI's) is awarded by the National Cancer Institute's Innovative Technologies for Molecular Analysis of Cancer Progam.

7/30/08
Congratulations to John Vaughns for his Fall 2008 President's Undergraduate Research Award!

6/27/08
Melissa Kemp and Hang Lu receive pilot funding from the Integrative BioSystems Institute

4/1/08
Nnenna Adimora is awarded a NSF Graduate Fellowship!

11/15/07
Congratulations to Karen Shih for her Spring 2007 President's Undergraduate Research Award!

10/31/07
Melissa Kemp is named a Distinguished Cancer Scholar by the Georgia Cancer Coalition

6/25/07
Congratulations to Ted Chen for his Fall 2007 President's Undergraduate Research Award!

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