Congratulations to Aaron Horning, one of our recent Ph.D. graduates in the Cancer Biology discipline of the Integrated Biomedical Sciences program, whose first-author manuscript “Single cell RNA-seq reveals a subpopulation of prostate cancer cells with enhanced cell-cycle related transcription and attenuated androgen response” was just accepted for publication in Cancer Research!
Aaron, who was a NCI T32 trainee while in our program, graduated earlier this year and started postdoctoral training in the NIH-funded Cancer Systems Biology Scholar (CSBS) Program at Stanford University in September.
Congratulations also to his mentor, Tim Huang (Molecular Medicine)! In Press is a section in The Pipette Gazette that highlights publications by students. To read more In Press articles, click here.