by Dahea “Diana” You This fall, I was fortunate to receive a generous funding from the Society of Toxicology Supplemental Training for Education Program (STEP) to attend a one-week comprehensive Simcyp® Workshop. This workshop was hosted by Certara and held at the Nassau Inn, Princeton NJ from October 22nd through 26th, 2018. The workshop program […]
The MidAtlantic Society of Toxicology (MASOT) meeting was held on Oct 24, 2018 in Edison, NJ. Rutgers Ph.D. students won the top awards at the meeting. Top poster honors were awarded to Ludwik Gorczyca (1st Place), Jennifer Schaefer (2nd Place) and Kyle Saitta (3rd Place) for their outstanding research presentations.
Ludwik Gorczyca, a Ph.D. candidate in the JGPT program, has been awarded a Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award F31 grant from the NIH. This predoctoral fellowship award provides students the opportunity to obtain individualized and mentored training from leading expert faculty sponsors. Mentored training is focused on research pertaining to the missions of […]
Description: RATS Students and Postdocs received multiple honors and awards at the 2018 Society of Toxicology Meeting. Recognitions included poster competitions, travel awards, and publication honors. In addition, a number of RATS were elected to hold leadership roles as student and postdoctoral representatives for the 2018-2018 year. Congrats to all! Front row (Left to […]
The Rutgers Association of Toxicology Students (RATS) are excited to congratulate their fellow RATS, Kate Annunziato and L. Cody Smith, Ph.D. on their selection as this year’s Scala Scholars. The Scala award, honoring Dr. Robert A. Scala, is bestowed upon top predoctoral and postdoctoral candidates for their outstanding contributions to the field of […]
Dahea Diana You, PharmD and Justin Schumacher, MS, PharmD received highly competitive travel awards to attend the 38th Annual Meeting of the American College of Toxicology in Palm Springs CA. Diana also received the 2017 Best Poster Presentation Award.
Laura Armstrong, PhD received the Presidential Poster of Distinction Award from the 2017 American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases. This distinction is bestowed upon the top 10% of research posters. At the Liver Meeting in Washington, DC, Laura presented her latest research investigating the ability of acute-phase proteins to protect the livers from […]
This September 2017, postdoctoral fellow Dr. Ukpong Eyo was awarded a K22 Career Transition Award grant titled “Microglial P2Y12 Receptors in Normal Developmental Physiology and Seizures” from the National Institutes of Health. This grant is a follow up to his prior research with the JGPT where he investigated and showed neuroprotective roles in experimental seizures for microglia-neuron […]
Lydia Louis, a PhD candidate in our Public Health program, was recently named a 2018 recipient of a NIH Fellows Award for Research Excellence (FARE). Lydia is a fellow in the Occupational and Environmental Epidemiology Branch (OEEB) at the National Cancer Institute. In the OEEB, she examines the impact of occupational and non-occupational insecticide exposures […]
Alexa Murray, PhD Candidate was recently selected as a recipient of a 2017-2017 Rutgers Pharmaceutical Research Travel Award. She attended the 2017 Gordon Conference in the Cellular and Molecular Mechanisms of Toxicity in Andover, NH. Her research investigates n mustard (NM), a cytotoxic alkylating agent, which can cause acute lung injury which progresses to fibrosis. […]