- Dr. Cintia Citterio relocated her NIH K01 grant (7K01DK125448-03), awarded by the NIH-NIDDK for $579,415.00, to Chapman University. The grant is titled “The Role of Thyroglobulin in Thyroid Hormone Synthesis“, where Dr. Citterio serves as the PI.
Awards and Recognitions
- Dr. Cintia Citterio received an Outstanding Abstract Award from the Endocrine Society for her work titled “Contact Between Thyroglobulin Opposite Domains Assists its Upstream Regions in Intracellular Trafficking for Thyroid Hormonogenesis”. This work was presented at an Oral session at the ENDO 2023 Conference held in Chicago, IL.
- Dr. Kathleen Hill-Besinque, co-author of the recent “Embarking as ‘Captain of the Ship’ for the Curriculum Committee” in the American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education received the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy 2022 Curriculum Special Interest Group Publication Award for 2nd place.
- Dr. Richard Beuttler joined the editorial board of Frontiers in Public Health as a review editor for the section: Life-Course Epidemiology and Social Inequalities in Health.
Quotables (Faculty in the News)
- Dr. Sherry Wang was interviewed by HealthHats Danny van Leeuwen, who is a healthcare advocate and engagement leader, in their recent episode “Health Economics: #14 Emerging Adults w Mental Illness“.
- Dr. Sherry Wang‘s study was featured in Physician Weekly, a leading source of trusted medical information, perspectives, and education for healthcare providers and patients.
- Dr. Aftab Ahmed, MSPS candidate Taran Harris, and Basir Syed presented “Extraction and Characterization of Hemp Seeds (Cannabis sativa) proteins by QTOF LC/MS/MS” at the American Chemical Society in San Francisco, CA, from August 13-17, 2023.
Dr. Hamidreza Montazeri, Ph.D. candidate Arthur Manda, PharmD candidates Riya Sidgal and Co Chung published “Targeting Breast Cancer: The Familiar, the Emerging, and the Uncharted Territories. Biomolecules” in MDPI.
Dr. Ren Ostrom collaborated with others to publish “Pro-relaxant EP receptors functionally partition to different pro-contractile receptors in airway smooth muscle” in the American Journal of Respiratory Cell and Molecular Biology.