LULU CAMBRONNE, PH.D.
Dept of Molecular Biosciences
College of Natural Sciences, University of Texas at Austin
Hon B.Sc. University of Toronto
Ph.D. Harvard Medical School
postdoctoral training Vollum Institute
Prof. Cambronne received a Hon.B.Sc in Molecular Genetics from the University of Toronto, a Ph.D. mentored by Wade Harper in substrate recognition by ubiquitin ligases, as well as postdoctoral training under Richard Goodman in microRNA target identification and NAD+ biology. Dr. Cambronne has been honored both at the pre-doctoral and post-doctoral levels with individual Kirschstein National Service Research Awards, Albert J Ryan and Samuel Lunenfeld Fellowships, the Hilcrest Committee Pilot Award, and named the 2013 OHSU New Inventor of the year for her development and commercialization of the RISC-trap/miR-trap assay to empirically identify targets for specific microRNAs in cells. She is a 2017 recipient of the NIH Director’s New Innovator Award.
Jule Goike - Spring Rotation Student (2018 Feb - April)
Ricardo Noyola Lozano - Research Assistant (2018 Feb - Sept)
Kamyab Javanmardi - Fall Rotation Student (2018 Sept - Nov)
Amanda Bohanon - Fall Rotation Student (2019 Aug - Nov)
Zubia Akhtar - Undergraduate Research Assistant (2018 - 2019 Dec)
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