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Our lab was honored by the 2017 ACS Buck-Whitney Award – we thank the American Chemical Society for this recognition

This biannual award selected by the Eastern New York Section of the American Chemical Society recognizes excellent and original contributions to pure & applied chemistry Link to Previous Awardees Cornell University College of Arts & Sciences News

Jesse wins a prestigious predoctoral fellowship from the American Heart Association – we thank the AHA for this honor

Jesse’s scientific contributions thus far: Just Accepted: 2017 Cell Chemical Biology β-TrCP1 is a vacillatory regulator of Wnt signaling, either degrading β-catenin or preventing Nrf2 inhibition of Wnt Published: 2017 ACS Chemical Biology Subcellular Redox Targeting: Bridging in Vitro and… Continue Reading →

Seeing Double? Two of our manuscripts just accepted by Cell Chemical Biology

Group discovers avenue for precision cancer treatment β-TrCP1 is a vacillatory regulator of Wnt signaling Marcus J. C. Long#, Hong-Yu Lin#, Saba Parvez, Yi Zhao, Jesse R. Poganik, Paul Huang, and Yimon Aye* (Original Research, #, co-first authors) eTOC: Upregulation… Continue Reading →

Our lab wins a 2017 Pershing Square Sohn Prize – we thank the PSSCRA for this highly-competitive award

  Six New York City Scientists Win Pershing Square Sohn Prize for Young Investigators in Cancer Research Aye awarded young investigator cancer research prize 2017 PSSCRA Awardees  

Lining and Paul win Douglas and Morris undergraduate summer research fellowships, respectively

  Lining Zheng and Paul Huang are two of our lab’s undergraduate researchers and junior Chemistry majors at Cornell University College of Arts & Sciences

Alexandra, Michael, Saba, Shiv, and Vanha are honored by Departmental Awards for graduating seniors and doctoral students

Alexandra won a Covestro Teaching Excellence Award, which honors 5-7 exceptional graduate student teaching assistants each year. Alexandra was recognized for her excellent contributions to CHEM3590 (Honors Organic Chemistry I) this semester. Alexandra has recently also won an NSF GRFP… Continue Reading →

Three of our lab members win NSF recognition: Alexandra and Vanha are newly-minted NSF GRFP fellows and Michael receives an Honorable Mention – we thank the National Science Foundation for the support

Alexandra is our first year graduate student, and Michael and Vanha are two of our undergrad researchers and graduating Chemistry Majors from Cornell, who are both soon to begin their graduate training in Chemical Biology

Working in the Aye Lab is “not just a job: it’s now an adventure!”- Our lab won a 2017 Naval Research (ONR) YIP award. We are grateful for this prestigious recognition.

From Robotics to Lasers: Young Investigators Bring Big Promise, Get Big Awards ONR Young Investigator Program 2017 ONR Young Investigators About ONR We are grateful for this prestigious recognition that will be used to gain more knowledge into precision gene… Continue Reading →

KINGFISHER: Fish-REX appears in Nature Chemical Biology and is highlighted in ‘News & Views’ in the same journal

Akt3 is a privileged first responder in isozyme-specific electrophile response: Nature Chemical Biology (2017) doi:10.1038/nchembio.2284 SharedIt link powered by Springer Nature SharedIt Initiative: http://rdcu.be/oJDN http://www.nature.com/nchembio/journal/vaop/ncurrent/full/nchembio.2284.html News and Views: Nature Chemical Biology (2017) doi:10.1038/nchembio.2311 http://www.nature.com/nchembio/journal/vaop/ncurrent/full/nchembio.2311.html Highlighted by the Cornell Chronicle (est…. Continue Reading →

Sanjna won an Undergraduate Student Competitive Travel Award to present at the 2017 ASBMB National Meeting!

Sanjna will be presenting at the 2017 ASBMB Undergraduate Poster Competition in April! Sanjna has been with us since fall 2015 working with Saba and Marcus. Sanjna carries a third-authorship in one of our recently accepted papers and is striving… Continue Reading →

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