Young Investigator Accomplishments


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R_Sager Anti-ABI1

Rebecca Sager, SUNY Upstate Medical University

  • 2015 Joy Cappel Young Investigator Award Winner
  • Research focus: Dysregulation of WAVE complex proteins in prostate cancer progression
  • JCYIA developed reagent: Anti-ABI1 (RABBIT) Antibody
 

 
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Caroline Weight, Emory University

  • 2014 Joy Cappel Young Investigator Award Winner
  • Research focus: Repair of epithelial injury during acute inflammation
  • JCYIA developed reagent: Anti-JAM-A (RABBIT) Antibody
 

 


 
 
C_ChengAnti-CD44-RABBIT

Chonghui Cheng, Northwestern University 

  • 2014 Joy Cappel Young Investigator Award Winner
  • Research focus: Role of RNA alternative splicing-mediated pathway in breast cancer metastasis
  • JCYIA developed reagent: Anti-CD44 (RABBIT) Antibody 
 

 
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Kavaljit Chhabra PhD, University of Michigan

 

 
Samuel AnyanwuAnti-ALG6 Western Blot

Samuel Anyanwu, Morehouse School of Medicine

  • 2014 Joy Cappel Young Investigator Award Winner
  • Research focus: Infectious diseases
  • JCYIA developed reagent: Anti-ALG6 (RABBIT) Antibody
 

 


 

 
Jeffrey KimAnti-CD31 Western Blot

Jeffrey Kim, Dr. Anthony Volpe Research Center

 

 
 
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Wendy Huang PhD, New York University

  • 2014 Joy Cappel Young Investigator Award Winner
  • Research focus: Signaling pathways and transcriptional networks involved in development of T lymphocytes and in their responses to inflammatory microbial signals
  • Skills: Proteomics, cancer models, molecular cloning
  • JCYIA developed reagent: Anti-receptor ROR gamma pS203 (RABBIT) Antibody
 

 
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Francesca Boscolo Sesillo, Sanford Burnham

  • 2014 Joy Cappel Young Investigator Award Winner
  • Research focus:
  • Loss of muscle stem cell function in Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy (DMD) during disease progression
  • Skills: Muscle stem cell research, in vivo models, immunostaining
  • JCYIA developed reagent: Anti-Pax7 (RABBIT) Antibody
 

 
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Feng He, PhD, University of California San Diego

  • 2014 Joy Cappel Young Investigator Award Winner
  • Research focus: High fat diet and endoplasmic reticulum stress-induced Nonalcoholic Steatohepatitis and Hepatocellular Carcinoma
  • Skills: Protein chemistry, rat and mouse models, membrane binding studies, apoptotic mechanisms
  • JCYIA developed reagent: Anti-Nrf2 (RABBIT) Antibody
 

 
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Christopher Hooper, University of Wisconsin-Madison