Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine

Evangelos Kiskinis Lab

News

Evangelos gave an interview at the Stem Cell Podcast

Congratulations to both of our fabulous undergraduates, Liana and Marisa for being awarded grants from the Northwestern University Undergraduate Research Grant program! Well-done guys!

Check out our latest manuscript on the role of DNA methylation dynamics in the differentiation of human motor neurons: PMID: 29551301

            Read news stories here:

http://news.feinberg.northwestern.edu/2018/03/dna-methylation-plays-key-role-in-stem-cell-differentiation/

https://nyscf.org/resources/nyscf-innovators-explore-how-methylation-affects-motor-neuron-development/

http://lesturnerals.org/kiskinis-lab-work-published-journal-cell-stem-cell/

https://medicalxpress.com/news/2018-03-dna-methylation-key-role-stem.html

Lab awarded new NIH grant # RO1 NS104219 entitled “Determining How Defective Nucleo-cytoplasmic trafficking Leads to Neurodegeneration in C9orf72-Related ALS and FTD "

Congratulations to Beth for being awarded a Mechanisms of Aging and Dementia T32 graduate training position!

Les Turner Foundation awards two research grants to the lab!

Lab awarded Dravet Syndrome Foundation Research Grant!

Evangelos to present at ISSCR in Basel

Kiskinis Gave Keynote Presentation at the 3rd Annual 24 Hours of Stem Cells 

Kiskinis Gave Talk at the Cellular Dymanics iForum

Kiskinis Featured on The Stem Cell Podcast

New Center Develops Unique Collaborations To Advance Epilepsy Research

Stem Cell Biology the Focus for New ALS Lab

Patient stem cells help identify common problem in ALS

Η απροσδόκητη επιτυχία γνωστού φαρμάκου

Evangelos Kiskinis, PhD

Assistant Professor in Neurology—Ken and Ruth Davee Department and Physiology

 

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