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== Welcome Will and Thuy! ==
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Will Herrick (a  3rd year ChE graduate student) and Thuy Nguyen (a 1st year ChE graduate student) have officially joined the Peyton lab.
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Will will be working on building novel shRNA libraries to study the involvement of specific genes in regulating smooth muscle motility during cardiovascular disease.
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Thuy will be using high throughput technologies to study how cues from the matrix in the onset of liver inflammation may protect hepatocellular carcinoma cells from chemotherapeutics.
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== Peyton Lab Opening in January 2011 ==
== Peyton Lab Opening in January 2011 ==
The Peyton lab is currently recruiting graduate students, undergraduates, and post-docs to jump start research in January!  See [http://peyton.openwetware.org/Open_Positions.html Open Positions] for information!
The Peyton lab is currently recruiting graduate students, undergraduates, and post-docs to jump start research in January!  See [http://peyton.openwetware.org/Open_Positions.html Open Positions] for information!

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Welcome Will and Thuy!

Will Herrick (a 3rd year ChE graduate student) and Thuy Nguyen (a 1st year ChE graduate student) have officially joined the Peyton lab.

Will will be working on building novel shRNA libraries to study the involvement of specific genes in regulating smooth muscle motility during cardiovascular disease.

Thuy will be using high throughput technologies to study how cues from the matrix in the onset of liver inflammation may protect hepatocellular carcinoma cells from chemotherapeutics.

Peyton Lab Opening in January 2011

The Peyton lab is currently recruiting graduate students, undergraduates, and post-docs to jump start research in January! See Open Positions for information!
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