Stefanos Intzes, MD and Dr. Agne Petrosiute, MD for being awarded
$15,000 each as two of the 4 top-prize fellow recipients of the
inaugural Fellows Research Award Program (FRAP) sponsored by the Rainbow
Board and the Office of Pediatric Fellowship Directors. The awards are
granted to promising young investigators in pursuit of an academic
research career in Pediatrics. Both Drs. Intzes and Petrosiute are
currently in the laboratory of Dr. Alex Huang. Dr. Intzes is studying
the effect of host immune responses in osteosarcoma, while Dr.
Petrosiute is studying the role of novel protein kinases in migration
and metastasis of medulloblastoma, a common malignant childhood brain
Way to go, Agne and Stefanos!
March 31st, 2009
Deborah Barkauskas for being awarded scholarship funding from the Choose Ohio first Scholarship (COF) and James Fellowship.
Great job, Deb!
March 17th, 2009
Okay, it's done!
to all who have joined the fight against childhood cancer. Help spread
the word around. St. Baldrick's Fund Raising does not end after
today...It's not too late to donate...Donate now!
March 8th, 2009
Alert! Alert! Alert!
will be shaving my head on St. Patrick's Day (March 17th, 2009) to
raise awareness and funds for Pediatric Cancer as part of the St.
Baldrick's Day Event!!! My head shaving will take place LIVE on
Cleveland's FOXNews 8 on March 19th, 2009 at 8:20am during the morning
consider this noble cause and join me as partners in the fight against
Childhood Cancer!!! For more info, click on the images to find out and
February 24, 2009
Dr. Huang will be chairing a symposium session on intravital imaging
tumor and associated microenvironment at the upcoming Microscopy &
Microanalysis 2009 annual meeting in July 26-30, 2009 in Richmond,
Virginia. For details regarding the meeting, please visit M&M2009 website
. The session Dr. Huang will be chairing is B06: Intravital Imaging of Cancer and Associated Cellular Response