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The Katz Lab published a paper, "The inhibition of LSD1 via sequestration contributes to tau-mediated neurodegeneration," in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. First author is Amanda Engstrom, PhD.

Gary Bassell is Project PI with Eric Klann at NYU on new NIH Fragile X Center, directed by Peng Jin and Steve Warren, Department of Human Genetics.

Dr. Dorothy Lerit Receives First NIH Grant

Dr. Dorothy Lerit, Assistant Professor of Cell Biology, received her first NIH-NIGMS grant titled, “Post-transcriptional mechanisms of centrosome regulation”. The grant is for five years. 

Dorothy Lerit, PhD

Dr. Jie Jiang Receives First NIH Grant

Dr. Jie Jiang, Assistant Professor in Cell Biology, received his first NIH grant titled, "Cell-type-specific toxicity of C9orf72 repeat expansions in FTD and ALS". 

Dr. Jie Jiang

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