Lamia Lab News

August 2017:

 

*Congratulations Alanna!! One of 10 students selected for the French American Doctoral Exchange Program!

January 2017:

*BUBBLE SOCCER & Karaoke - celebrating another year of working together as a great team.

December 2016:

*Congratulations Megan V.!! Passed candidacy exam with flying colors!

FOCUS ON:

What Does Sleep Have to do with Cancer Risk?

Scientists know that mixing up our day and night cycles through shift work or chronic jet lag rasies the risk of cancer. But why?

Now, a new study led by scientists at The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI) describes an unexpected role for protein involved with our daily “circadian” clocks in influencing cancer growth.

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*Congratulations Anne-Laure!! Publication in Molecular Cell!

November 2016:

*Congratulations Anna!! Great talk at the CCB Fall Workshop!

*Congratulations Anne-Laure!! Marie Curie Fellowship for return to France!

February 2017:

*Another great annual symposium with the UCSD Center for Circadian Biology

April 2017:

*Welcome Marie Pariollaud!

May 2017:

*Congratulations Stephanie Papp, Ph.D.!! Thesis defense: “Mechanisms of Circadian Protection Against Cancer”. First student to complete her Ph.D. in the Lamia lab.

*Congratulations Anne-Laure Huber!! Selected as tenured INSERM chargé de recherche to begin in January 2018 at the Université de Lyon.

June 2017:

*Congratulations Anna Kriebs, Ph.D.!! Thesis defense: “Circadian Repressors CRY1 and CRY2 Broadly Interact with Nuclear Receptors and Repress Transcriptional Activity”. Second student to complete her Ph.D. in the Lamia lab.

*Welcome to Valerie Perea, our first SURF intern, from the University of New Mexico!

July 2017:

*Congratulations Sabine!! Publication in Cell Metabolism!!

Exercise Performance in Mice Depends on Circadian Rhythms

By Bonnie Ward

The body’s circadian rhythms control a lot more than daily sleep-wake cycles. In fact, these biological mechanisms, often referred to as the circadian clock, exist in nearly every cell in the body and are involved in many important body functions, such as temperature, hunger and hormone release.

Now scientists at The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI) have shown that these rhythms also play a key role in exercise speed and endurance.     READ MORE>>>

*Congratulations Anna!! Publication in PNAS!!

*Congratulations Emma!! Publication in JBR!!

*Katja, Marie and Alanna attended the Salk Mechanisms & Models of Cancer meeting