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== Peyton lab earns first NSF support ==
== Peyton lab earns first NSF support ==
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The Peyton lab has just been notified that we have won a PESO award for the work that Lauren is <br>
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leading on tissue tropism in breast cancer.  Our collaborator (Nicholas Reich, Biostatistics, UMass) <br>
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and we will put this money to good use to find novel mechanisms to stop the dangerous spread <br>
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of breast cancer to the brain, bone, and lung.  You can find information about this award from <br>
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the *NSF website*, and from a *press release from UMass*. <br>
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--[[User:Shelly Peyton|Shelly Peyton]] 11:11, 24 August 2012 (EDT)
== Shelly wins the Barry and Afsaneh Siadet Early Career Award ==
== Shelly wins the Barry and Afsaneh Siadet Early Career Award ==
Our work on drug resistance in cancer, led by Thuy Nguyen, will now have the support it deserves <br>
Our work on drug resistance in cancer, led by Thuy Nguyen, will now have the support it deserves <br>
thanks to generous funding from Barry and Afsaneh Siadet, who are prestigious alumni of UMass. <br>
thanks to generous funding from Barry and Afsaneh Siadet, who are prestigious alumni of UMass. <br>
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See *here* for more details of the award and its impact for the Peyton lab.
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See *here* for more details of the award and its impact for the Peyton lab. <br>
--[[User:Shelly Peyton|Shelly Peyton]] 11:09, 24 August 2012 (EDT)
--[[User:Shelly Peyton|Shelly Peyton]] 11:09, 24 August 2012 (EDT)
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Congrats to Will, Thuy, Dannielle, Lauren, and Shelly for all having abstracts accepted to the <br>
Congrats to Will, Thuy, Dannielle, Lauren, and Shelly for all having abstracts accepted to the <br>
AIChE annual meeting in Pittsburgh this fall.  We will all be traveling down en masse to present <br>
AIChE annual meeting in Pittsburgh this fall.  We will all be traveling down en masse to present <br>
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our work and hope you'll join us!
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our work and hope you'll join us! <br>
--[[User:Shelly Peyton|Shelly Peyton]] 11:09, 24 August 2012 (EDT)
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are freed up to welcome the next best and brightest!  Join me in welcoming several new undergraduates <br>
are freed up to welcome the next best and brightest!  Join me in welcoming several new undergraduates <br>
to the Peyton lab: Aidan Gilchrist, Marianne Sleimann, Isaac Han, and Elyse Hartnet.  They are all off to <br>
to the Peyton lab: Aidan Gilchrist, Marianne Sleimann, Isaac Han, and Elyse Hartnet.  They are all off to <br>
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flying starts and will contribute mightily to the lab efforts.
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flying starts and will contribute mightily to the lab efforts. <br>
--[[User:Shelly Peyton|Shelly Peyton]] 11:09, 24 August 2012 (EDT)
--[[User:Shelly Peyton|Shelly Peyton]] 11:09, 24 August 2012 (EDT)

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Peyton lab earns first NSF support

The Peyton lab has just been notified that we have won a PESO award for the work that Lauren is
leading on tissue tropism in breast cancer. Our collaborator (Nicholas Reich, Biostatistics, UMass)
and we will put this money to good use to find novel mechanisms to stop the dangerous spread
of breast cancer to the brain, bone, and lung. You can find information about this award from
the *NSF website*, and from a *press release from UMass*.
--Shelly Peyton 11:11, 24 August 2012 (EDT)

Shelly wins the Barry and Afsaneh Siadet Early Career Award

Our work on drug resistance in cancer, led by Thuy Nguyen, will now have the support it deserves
thanks to generous funding from Barry and Afsaneh Siadet, who are prestigious alumni of UMass.
See *here* for more details of the award and its impact for the Peyton lab.
--Shelly Peyton 11:09, 24 August 2012 (EDT)

We will see you in Pittsburgh!

Congrats to Will, Thuy, Dannielle, Lauren, and Shelly for all having abstracts accepted to the
AIChE annual meeting in Pittsburgh this fall. We will all be traveling down en masse to present
our work and hope you'll join us!
--Shelly Peyton 11:09, 24 August 2012 (EDT)

Welcome new undergrad army!

Though we are sad to see some amazing students leave the Peyton lab, it also means that spots
are freed up to welcome the next best and brightest! Join me in welcoming several new undergraduates
to the Peyton lab: Aidan Gilchrist, Marianne Sleimann, Isaac Han, and Elyse Hartnet. They are all off to
flying starts and will contribute mightily to the lab efforts.
--Shelly Peyton 11:09, 24 August 2012 (EDT)

Farewell Erinn, Prateek, and Tyler...

The Peyton lab sends out its first graduates: Erinn Dandley, Prateek Katti, and Tyler Vlass
out into the world with a heavy heart. They have all been such amazing members of the lab,
and we are very sad to see them go. Congrats on graduating seniors, and best of luck!!!
--Shelly Peyton 15:30, 9 May 2012 (EDT)

Prateek wins a Dean's Award!

Join me in congratulating Prateek for winning a competitive Dean's Award from the UMass-Amherst
Honors College! This is a competitive award and Prateek has certainly earned it!!!
--Shelly Peyton 13:23, 3 April 2012 (EDT)

Congrats to Max!

Max just applied for and won a scholarship from the UMass Commonwealth Honors College to work in
the Peyton lab this semester. This is a competitive award, and we are happy to have him!
--Shelly Peyton 10:26, 9 February 2012 (EST)

Funding from UMass MRSEC

The Peyton lab was just awarded a Seed award from the UMass MRSEC to study how cells are able
to sense mechanical properties across multiple length scales. This work is in collaboration with Al
Crosby (PSE), Pat Wadsworth (Biology), and Sallie Smith-Schneider (Pioneer Valley Life Sciences Institute).
--Shelly Peyton 08:38, 4 February 2012 (EST)

Congrats Lauren!

Lauren Barney passed her qualifying exam on Friday 1/27, with flying colors!
--Shelly Peyton 08:35, 4 February 2012 (EST)




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