Ladies of Port Richmond Support Young KCC Investigators

23
Feb

(from left) John Pascal, Ph.D., Chenguang Wang, Ph.D., Agnieszka Witkiewicz, M.D., Kongming Wu, Ph.D., Mathew Casimiro, Ph.D, Tatiyana  Apanasovich, Ph.D. (not pictured)

Ladies of Port Richmond Young Investigators Awardees: (from left) John Pascal, Ph.D., Chenguang Wang, Ph.D., Agnieszka Witkiewicz, M.D., Kongming Wu, Ph.D., Mathew Casimiro, Ph.D, Tatiyana Apanasovich, Ph.D. (not pictured)

Thanks to the fundraising efforts of the Ladies of Port Richmond, the Kimmel Cancer Center at Jefferson has awarded six junior investigators with funding for the prevention and improved treatment of breast cancer. The titles of the supported submissions were:

John Pascal, Ph.D.
Novel Mechanisms For Inhibiting The Cellular Functions Of Parp1 For Cancer Treatment

Chenguang Wang, Ph.D.
Investigation Of The Functional Significance Of Cyclin D1 In Erα Signaling

Agnieszka Witkiewicz, Ph.D.
Molecular Profiling Of Basal Breast Carcinomas

Kongming Wu, Ph.D.
Molecular Mechanism Of A Novel Breast Tumor Suppressor Dach1

Mathew Casimiro, Ph.D.
Characterize The Effect Of Cyclin D1 On The Mitochondrial Proteome Using Electrospray Mass Spectrometry

Tatiyana Apanasovich, Ph.D.
Quantification Of Protein Biomarker Heterogeneity Within Breast Cancer For Improved Personalized Care