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Post-doc applicants: email [[mailto:REMOVE_THIS_BEFORE_SENDING_jsaucerman@virginia.edu | Dr. Saucerman]] for more information about specific opportunities. We have openings for both computational and experimental projects [[https://jobs.virginia.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=82464 | '''here''']] and [[https://jobs.virginia.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=81143 | '''here''']]. \\\
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Post-doc applicants: We have openings for both computational and experimental projects [[https://jobs.virginia.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=82464 | '''here''']] and [[https://jobs.virginia.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=81143 | '''here''']]. Email [[mailto:REMOVE_THIS_BEFORE_SENDING_jsaucerman@virginia.edu | Dr. Saucerman]] for more information about specific opportunities. \\\
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Post-doc applicants: email [[mailto:REMOVE_THIS_BEFORE_SENDING_jsaucerman@virginia.edu | Dr. Saucerman]] for more information about specific opportunities. We have openings for both computational and experimental projects.\\\

Post-bac or Lab Specialist positions
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Post-doc applicants: email [[mailto:REMOVE_THIS_BEFORE_SENDING_jsaucerman@virginia.edu | Dr. Saucerman]] for more information about specific opportunities. We have openings for both computational and experimental projects [[https://jobs.virginia.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=82464 | '''here''']] and [[https://jobs.virginia.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=81143 | '''here''']]. \\\

Post-bac or Lab Specialist positions: Apply [[https://jobs.virginia.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=84819 | '''here''']] for computational or [[https://
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Post-bac or Lab Specialist positions: Apply [[jobs.virginia.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=84819 | '''here''']] for computational or [[jobs.virginia.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=84818 | '''here''']] for experimental projects, and email Dr. Saucerman.\\\
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Graduate students - apply to UVA Biomedical Engineering '''[[http://bme.virginia.edu/grad | here]]''' and email [[mailto:REMOVE_THIS_BEFORE_SENDING_jsaucerman@virginia.edu | Dr. Saucerman]] for more information about specific opportunities.\\
Post-bac or Lab Specialist positions: Apply at [[https://jobs.virginia.edu]] to posting #0620626 and email Dr. Saucerman. We have openings for both computational and experimental projects.\\
Undergrad students - email [[mailto:REMOVE_THIS_BEFORE_SENDING_jsaucerman@virginia.edu | Dr. Saucerman]] for more information. If you're interested in our lab feel free to come to our lab meetings, Fridays 9-10:15 am in MR5 Room 1019 (the CVRC library).
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Graduate students - apply to UVA Biomedical Engineering '''[[http://bme.virginia.edu/grad | here]]''' and email [[mailto:REMOVE_THIS_BEFORE_SENDING_jsaucerman@virginia.edu | Dr. Saucerman]] for more information about specific opportunities.\\\

Post-doc applicants: email [[mailto:REMOVE_THIS_BEFORE_SENDING_jsaucerman@virginia.edu | Dr. Saucerman]] for more information about specific opportunities. We have openings for both computational and experimental projects.\\\

Post-bac or Lab Specialist positions
: Apply at [[https://jobs.virginia.edu]] to posting #0620626 and email Dr. Saucerman. We have openings for both computational and experimental projects.\\\

Undergrad students - email [[mailto:REMOVE_THIS_BEFORE_SENDING_jsaucerman@virginia.edu | Dr. Saucerman]] for more information.\\\

If you're interested in our lab feel free to come to our lab meetings, Fridays 9-10:15 am in MR5 Room 1019 (the CVRC library).
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SauceLab news on Twitter [[https://twitter.com/sauce_lab | (link)]]: most updated info here\\
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Heart function and failure are controlled by complex signaling and transcriptional networks that are just beginning to be mapped. Our lab combines computational modeling and high-throughput experiments to discover molecular networks and drugs that control cardiac remodeling and regeneration. Our experimental approaches include high-throughput microscopy and -omic profiling of primary and induced pluripotent stem cell (iPSC)-derived cardiomyocytes. Our computational approaches include large-scale regulatory network modeling and bioinformatic analysis of -omic data. Specific focus areas include:\\
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Heart function and failure are controlled by complex signaling and gene-regulatory networks that are just beginning to be mapped. Our lab combines computational modeling and high-throughput experiments to discover molecular networks and drugs that control cardiac remodeling and regeneration. Our experimental approaches include high-throughput microscopy and -omic profiling of primary and induced pluripotent stem cell (iPSC)-derived cardiomyocytes. Our computational approaches include large-scale regulatory network modeling and bioinformatic analysis of -omic data. Specific focus areas include:\\
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Post-doc position available on integrating large-scale network models and -omic data on hiPSC-CM cardiotoxicity: [[http://goo.gl/qNNltB | (ad)]]\\
Post-doc position available co-mentored with [[http://bme.virginia.edu/people/barker.html | Tom Barker]] to model therapeutic control of fibroblasts/fibrosis by synthetic gene circuits: [[http://people.virginia.edu/~jjs3g/lab_webpage/barker-saucerman%20postdoc%20ad%202016.pdf | (ad)]]\\
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'''October 2016:'''\\
Nice article on Angela and Ani's Double Hoo Award [[https://t.co/JNzRvg7xmi]].

'''September 2016:'''\\
Congratulations to Angela Zeigler and Bryan Chun, who were both awarded NIH F30 Individual Predoctoral MD/PhD Fellowships!

'''May 2016:'''\\
Congratulations on Angela Zeigler, who has received an AHA predoctoral fellowship! Angela also recently published her paper "A computational model of cardiac fibroblast signaling predicts context-dependent drivers of myofibroblast differentiation." in the Journal of Molecular and Cellular Cardiology [[http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/27017945 | (link)]]\\\

'''April 2016:'''\\
Congrats to Ani Chandrabhatla and Angela Zeigler for winning a Double Hoo research award! They are working together to perform virtual drug screens for cardiac fibrosis. [[https://www.news.virginia.edu/content/double-hoo-awards-power-undergrad-grad-student-research-pairings | (link)]]

'''January 2016:'''\\
Congratulations and farewell to Will Richardson, who is starting his new lab at Clemson!\\\

Article including our high-content imaging in GEN: [[http://www.genengnews.com/gen-articles/high-content-analysis-has-full-dance-card/5656/ | link]]\\\
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Post-bac or Lab Specialist positions: Apply at [[https://jobs.virginia.edu]] to posting #0620626 and email Dr. Saucerman. We have openings for both computational and experimental projects.
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Post-doc position available on integrating large-scale network models and -omic data on hiPSC-CM cardiotoxicity: [[http://goo.gl/qNNltB]]\\
Post-doc position available co-mentored with Barker lab to model therapeutic control of fibroblasts/fibrosis by synthetic gene circuits [[http://people.virginia.edu/~jjs3g/lab_webpage/barker-saucerman%20postdoc%20ad%202016.pdf | ad]]\\
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Post-doc position available on integrating large-scale network models and -omic data on hiPSC-CM cardiotoxicity: [[http://goo.gl/qNNltB | (ad)]]\\
Post-doc position available co-mentored with [[http://bme.virginia.edu/people/barker.html | Tom Barker]] to model therapeutic control of fibroblasts/fibrosis by synthetic gene circuits: [[http://people.virginia.edu/~jjs3g/lab_webpage/barker-saucerman%20postdoc%20ad%202016.pdf | (ad)]]\\
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Post-doc position available on integrating large-scale network models and -omic data on hiPSC-CM cardiotoxicity: [[http://goo.gl/qNNltB]]\\
Post-doc position available co-mentored with Barker lab to model therapeutic control of fibroblasts/fibrosis by synthetic gene circuits [[http://people.virginia.edu/~jjs3g/lab_webpage/barker-saucerman%20postdoc%20ad%202016.pdf | ad]]\\
Graduate students - apply to UVA Biomedical Engineering '''[[http://bme.virginia.edu/grad | here]]''' and email [[mailto:REMOVE_THIS_BEFORE_SENDING_jsaucerman@virginia.edu | Dr. Saucerman]] for more information about specific opportunities.\\
Undergrad students - email [[mailto:REMOVE_THIS_BEFORE_SENDING_jsaucerman@virginia.edu | Dr. Saucerman]] for more information. If you're interested in our lab feel free to come to our lab meetings, Fridays 9-10:15 am in MR5 Room 1019 (the CVRC library).
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2 post-doc positions available: [[http://goo.gl/qNNltB]]\\
Graduate students - apply to UVA Biomedical Engineering '''[[http://bme.virginia.edu/grad | here]]''' and email [[mailto:REMOVE_THIS_BEFORE_SENDING_jsaucerman@virginia.edu | Dr. Saucerman]] for more information about specific opportunities.\\
Undergrad students - email [[mailto:REMOVE_THIS_BEFORE_SENDING_jsaucerman@virginia.edu | Dr. Saucerman]] for more information. If you're interested in our lab feel free to come to our lab meetings, Fridays 9-10:15 am in MR5 Room 1019 (the CVRC library).
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Heart function and failure are controlled by complex signaling and transcriptional networks that are just beginning to be mapped. Our lab combines computational modeling and high-throughput experiments to discover molecular networks and drugs that control cardiac remodeling and regeneration. Our main experimental approaches include high-throughput/high-content microscopy and transcriptomic/proteomic profiling of primary and induced pluripotent stem cell (iPSC)-derived cardiomyocytes. Our computational approaches include large-scale regulatory network modeling and bioinformatic analysis of -omic data. Specific focus areas include:\\
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Heart function and failure are controlled by complex signaling and transcriptional networks that are just beginning to be mapped. Our lab combines computational modeling and high-throughput experiments to discover molecular networks and drugs that control cardiac remodeling and regeneration. Our experimental approaches include high-throughput microscopy and -omic profiling of primary and induced pluripotent stem cell (iPSC)-derived cardiomyocytes. Our computational approaches include large-scale regulatory network modeling and bioinformatic analysis of -omic data. Specific focus areas include:\\
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Heart function and failure are controlled by complex signaling and transcriptional networks that are just beginning to be mapped. Our lab combines computational modeling and high-throughput experiments to discover molecular networks and drugs that control cardiac remodeling and regeneration. Our main experimental approaches include high-throughput/high-content microscopy and transcriptomic/proteomic profiling of primary and induced pluripotent stem cell (iPSC)-derived cardiomyocytes. Our computational approaches include large-scale regulatory network modeling and bioinformatic analysis of -omic data. Specific focus areas include:\\
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Heart function and failure are controlled by complex signaling and transcriptional networks that are just beginning to be mapped. Our lab combines computational modeling and high-throughput experiments to discover molecular networks and drugs for heart failure.\\\

We are tackling a number of unexplained
cellular decisions that are fundamental to the development of heart failure. For example, after myocardial infarction, what causes a given myocyte to choose enhanced contractility, growth, or death? How do fibroblasts interpret complex cues to modulate extracellular matrix composition? Why do certain stresses cause myocyte lengthening, while other stresses increase myocyte thickness? Why are certain forms of heart growth reversible while others are irreversible? Can developmental programs be reactivated for cardiac regeneration? Answers to these basic science questions are being translated into novel strategies to re-engineer the failing heart.
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Heart function and failure are controlled by complex signaling and transcriptional networks that are just beginning to be mapped. Our lab combines computational modeling and high-throughput experiments to discover molecular networks and drugs that control cardiac remodeling and regeneration. Specific focus areas include:\\

*cardiomyocyte hypertrophy and death
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We are tackling a number of unexplained cellular decisions that are fundamental to the development of heart failure. For example, after myocardial infarction, what causes a given myocyte to choose enhanced contractility, growth, or death? Why do certain stresses cause myocyte lengthening, while other stresses increase myocyte thickness? Why are certain forms of heart growth reversible while others are irreversible? Can developmental programs be reactivated for cardiac regeneration? Answers to these basic science questions are being translated into novel strategies to re-engineer the failing heart.
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We are tackling a number of unexplained cellular decisions that are fundamental to the development of heart failure. For example, after myocardial infarction, what causes a given myocyte to choose enhanced contractility, growth, or death? How do fibroblasts interpret complex cues to modulate extracellular matrix composition? Why do certain stresses cause myocyte lengthening, while other stresses increase myocyte thickness? Why are certain forms of heart growth reversible while others are irreversible? Can developmental programs be reactivated for cardiac regeneration? Answers to these basic science questions are being translated into novel strategies to re-engineer the failing heart.
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Congratulations to Angela Zeigler and Bryan Chun, who both were awarded NIH F30 Individual Predoctoral MD/PhD Fellowships!
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Congratulations to Angela Zeigler and Bryan Chun, who were both awarded NIH F30 Individual Predoctoral MD/PhD Fellowships!
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Undergrad students - email [[mailto:REMOVE_THIS_BEFORE_SENDING_jsaucerman@virginia.edu | Dr. Saucerman]] for more information. If you're interested in our lab feel free to come to our lab meetings, Fridays 9-10:15 am in MR5 Room 1019 (the CVRC library).
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'''October 2016:'''\\
Nice article on Angela and Ani's Double Hoo Award [[https://t.co/JNzRvg7xmi]].

'''September 2016:'''\\
Congratulations to Angela Zeigler and Bryan Chun, who both were awarded NIH F30 Individual Predoctoral MD/PhD Fellowships!
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Heart function and failure are controlled by complex signaling and transcriptional networks that are just beginning to be mapped out. Our lab combines computational modeling and live-cell microscopy to identify these molecular networks and understand how they mediate cell decisions.
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We are tackling a number of unexplained cellular decisions that are fundamental to the development of heart failure. For example, after myocardial infarction, what causes a given myocyte to choose enhanced contractility, growth, or death? Why do certain stresses cause myocyte lengthening, while other stresses increase myocyte thickness? Why are certain forms of heart growth reversible while others are irreversible? Can developmental programs be reactivated for cardiac regeneration? Answers to these basic science questions are being translated into novel strategies to re-engineer the failing heart.
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'''April 2016:'''\\
Congrats to Ani Chandrabhatla and Angela Zeigler for winning a Double Hoo research award! They are working together to perform virtual drug screens for cardiac fibrosis. [[https://www.news.virginia.edu/content/double-hoo-awards-power-undergrad-grad-student-research-pairings | (link)]]
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'''May 2016:'''\\
Congratulations on Angela Zeigler, who has received an AHA predoctoral fellowship! Angela also recently published her paper "A computational model of cardiac fibroblast signaling predicts context-dependent drivers of myofibroblast differentiation." in the Journal of Molecular and Cellular Cardiology [[http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/27017945 | (link)]]\\\
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Graduate Students - apply to UVA Biomedical Engineering '''[[http://bme.virginia.edu/grad | here]]''' and email [[mailto:REMOVE_THIS_BEFORE_SENDING_jsaucerman@virginia.edu | Dr. Saucerman]] for more information about specific opportunities.\\\
Post-doc and Undergrad Students
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2 post-doc positions available: [[http://goo.gl/qNNltB]]\\
Graduate students - apply to UVA Biomedical Engineering '''
[[http://bme.virginia.edu/grad | here]]''' and email [[mailto:REMOVE_THIS_BEFORE_SENDING_jsaucerman@virginia.edu | Dr. Saucerman]] for more information about specific opportunities.\\
Undergrad students
- email [[mailto:REMOVE_THIS_BEFORE_SENDING_jsaucerman@virginia.edu | Dr. Saucerman]] for more information
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'''April 2015:'''\\
Congratulations to Matt Sutcliffe and Philip Tan, who together won a Double Hoo Research Grant!\\\

'''March 2015:'''\\
Great showing at the Huskey Research Exhibition! Laura, Philip, Eric and Angela all presented their work. Philip won 3rd place oral presentation in 'Bugs and Biotech', and Laura won the 1st place poster in 'Biological and Biomedical Science'! Laura was also a finalist at the UVA Engineering Research Symposium.\\\

Monika Grabowska wins the Grand Award at the Piedmont Regional Science Fair and interviewed on NBC 29! Next, she'll be off to the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair. [[http://www.nbc29.com/story/28616377/acps-students-earn-1st-place-awards-in-piedmont-regional-science-fair | link]]\\\


'''January 2015:'''\\
Congratulations to Angela Zeigler, who successfully passed her PhD qualifying exam!

'''September 2014:'''\\
Congratulations to Eric Greenwald, who won the U. Virginia 3 Minute Thesis People's Choice Award! His presentation was entitled, "Scaffold proteins: (un)leashing efficient communciation".

'''June 2014:'''\\
Dr. Saucerman is elected as a Fellow of the American Heart Association!\\\

'''May 2014:'''\\
Dr. Saucerman and Dr. Zhen Yan win the 2014 Thelma R. Swortzel Collaborative Research Award to support "MitoTimer reporter in human fibroblasts for diagnosis of mitochondrial diseases".\\\

Eric Greenwald wins the first Wagner Fellowship from the UVa School of Medicine!\\\

Congratulations to Philip Tan, who was awarded a postion on the Cellular and Molecular Biology Training Grant! Congratulations to Angela Zeigler and Laura Woo, who were both awarded positions on the Cardiovascular Biology Training Grant!\\\

Congratulations to Will Richardson who won an American Heart Association Postdoctoral Fellowship!\\\

Congratulations to Dr. Karen Ryall, who successfully defended her PhD thesis!\\\

Congratulations to Feilun Wu, Jonathan Gaillard, Riley North, Tristan Jones, and Pranav Aurora on their graduation! Feilun will be attending grad school at Duke U. this Fall, Jonathan will be attending med school at George Washington U. Riley, Tristan and Pranav have obtained gap-year research or industry positions before heading to med school.

'''March 2014:'''\\
Congrats to Philip Tan on receiving an NSF Honorable Mention!\\\

Monika Grabowska won a pile of awards for her high school science project! At the Piedmont Regional Science Fair: First Place in Biochemistry,
Certificate of Outstanding Achievement for Ability and Creativity in In Vitro Biology, sponsored by The Society for In Vitro Biology,
Award for Open Science, sponsored by the Center for Open Science
Award for an Outstanding Science Project in Biochemistry, sponsored by the Virginia Dental Association. At the Virginia State Science Fair: 1st Place in Biochemistry. Congratulations!\\\

'''December 2013:'''\\
Congratulations to Dr. Robert Amanfu, who successfully defended his PhD thesis!\\\
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Congratulations and farewell to Will Richardson, who is starting his new lab at Clemson!\\

Article including our high-content imaging in Gene Engineering and Biotech News [[http://www.genengnews.com/gen-articles/high-content-analysis-has-full-dance-card/5656/ | link]]\\\
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Congratulations and farewell to Will Richardson, who is starting his new lab at Clemson!\\\

Article including our high-content imaging in GEN: [[http://www.genengnews.com/gen-articles/high-content-analysis-has-full-dance-card/5656/ | link]]\\\
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'''January 2016:'''\\
Congratulations and farewell to Will Richardson, who is starting his new lab at Clemson!\\

Article including our high-content imaging in Gene Engineering and Biotech News [[http://www.genengnews.com/gen-articles/high-content-analysis-has-full-dance-card/5656/ | link]]\\\
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'''March 2015:'''\\
Great showing at the Huskey Research Exhibition! Laura, Philip, Eric and Angela all presented their work. Philip won 3rd place oral presentation in 'Bugs and Biotech', and Laura won the 1st place poster in 'Biological and Biomedical Science'! Laura was also a finalist at the UVA Engineering Research Symposium.\\\

Monika Grabowska wins the Grand Award at the Piedmont Regional Science Fair and interviewed on NBC 29! Next, she'll be off to the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair. [[http://www.nbc29.com/story/28616377/acps-students-earn-1st-place-awards-in-piedmont-regional-science-fair | link]]\\\
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Congratulations to Eric Greenwald, who won the U. Virginia 3 Minute Thesis People's Choice Award! His presentation was entitled, "Scaffold proteins: (un)leashing efficient communciation".
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'''April 2013:'''\\
Pranav Aurora is awarded summer research funding from the [[http://nanostar.virginia.edu/ | nanoSTAR institute]]!

Karen Ryall is a finalist in the UVa Presidential Poster Competition!

Tristan Jones is named a UVa Beckman Scholar! Read the press release [[http://news.virginia.edu/content/chemistry-biomedical-engineering-students-uva-receive-beckman-scholarships | here]].\\\

Jason Yang wins the 2012 Robert M. Berne Outstanding Predoctoral Trainee Award!\\\

Congratulations to Bill Boyd, will attend UVa Medical School next year.\\\

'''February 2013:'''\\
Pranav Aurora and Tristan Jones win a [[http://news.virginia.edu/content/uva-announces-44-harrison-undergraduate-research-awards | UVa Harrison Undergraduate Research Award!]]\\\

Congratulations to Karen Ryall on her successful PhD proposal!\\\

'''December 2012:'''\\
Press release and news articles about Karen and David's hypertrophy network model: [[http://news.virginia.edu/content/new-computer-model-speed-development-drugs-heart-failure | UVa Press Release]], [[http://www.fiercehealthit.com/story/computer-model-maps-out-how-cardiac-cells-communicate/2012-12-13 | FierceHealthIT]], [[http://www.wina.com/play_window.php?audioType=Episode&audioId=6165393|radio interview on 1070 WINA]].\\\

'''October 2012:'''\\
Karen Ryall and David Holland's paper "Network reconstruction and systems analysis of cardiac myocyte hypertrophy signaling" accepted in the [[http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23091058|Journal of Biological Chemistry]].\\\

'''September 2012:'''\\
Dr. Saucerman wins the School of Medicine's [[http://www.medicine.virginia.edu/administration/faculty/faculty-dev/awards/teaching_excellence-page|Dean's Excellence in Teaching Award]]!\\\

'''August 2012:'''\\
Eric Greenwald wins a [[http://associationdatabase.com/aws/BMES/pt/sd/news_article/62483/_blank/layout_bmezine/false|Biomedical Engineering Society Graduate Student Design and Research Award!]]\\\

'''June 2012:'''\\
Jason Yang wins 2nd place in the poster competition at the [[http://www.grc.org/programs.aspx?year=2012&program=cardiac| Cardiac Regulatory Mechanisms Gordon Conference!]]\\\

Karen Ryall is a winner of the ISHR International Poster Competition at the [[http://www.usouthal.edu/ishr/NAM/infopop041712.htm | North American International Society for Heart Research Meeting in Banff, Canada!]]\\\

'''April 2012:'''\\
Jason Yang successfully defends his PhD thesis and also wins the BME Outstanding Graduate Student Award and the [[http://www.medicine.virginia.edu/education/phd/gpo/awards/hungerford-prize/hungerford-page | Jill Hungerford Prize in Biomedical Sciences]]!\\\

Check out the new [[Downloads]] section for models and image analysis codes.\\\

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Congrats to Philip Tan on receiving an NSF Honorable Mention!\\\

Monika Grabowska won a pile of awards for her high school science project! At the Piedmont Regional Science Fair: First Place in Biochemistry,
Certificate of Outstanding Achievement for Ability and Creativity in In Vitro Biology, sponsored by The Society for In Vitro Biology,
Award for Open Science, sponsored by the Center for Open Science
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Congratulations to Feilun Wu, Jonathan Gaillard, Riley North, Tristan Jones, and Pranav Aurora on their graduation! Feilun will be attending grad school at Duke U. this Fall, Jonathan will be attending med school at George Washington U. Riley, Tristan and Pranav have obtained gap-year research or industry positions before heading to med school.
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Eric Greenwald wins the first Wagner Fellowship from the UVa School of Medicine!\\\

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Congratulations to Will Richardson who won an American Heart Association Postdoctoral Fellowship!\\\

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Anita Grabowska wins 3rd place at the Virginia Piedmont Regional Science Fair in the "Engineering - Materials and Bioengineering" category.\\\

Congratulations to former undergraduate researcher Sa Ra Park for acceptance to UVa Med School!\\\

'''Jan 2012:'''\\
Congratulations to Lindsay McLellan for acceptance to UVa Med School!\\\

Jason Yang's paper "Phospholemman is a negative feed-forward regulator of Ca2+ in beta-adrenergic signaling, accelerating beta-adrenergic inotropy" accepted in J Mol Cell Cardiol.

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Karen Ryall and David Holland's paper titled "Network reconstruction and systems analysis of cardiac myocyte hypertrophy signaling" accepted in the [[http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23091058|Journal of Biological Chemistry]].\\\
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** Updated [[Main/movies]]! **\\\

Undergraduates in our lab are first author on 5 [[Main/publications]] in the past year!\\\

Collaboration with [[http://neuroscience.jhu.edu/JinZhang.php|Jin Zhang]]'s lab, "Regulation of nuclear PKA revealed by spatiotemporal manipulation of cAMP," accepted in Nature Chemical Biology.\\\

Former undergraduate [[http://www.abi.auckland.ac.nz/uoa/greg-bass|Greg Bass]] is first author on a new method for automated image processing of cardiac myocyte hypertrophy in [[http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.yjmcc.2011.11.009 | Journal of Molecular and Cellular Cardiology]].\\\

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Eric Greenwald wins a [[http://associationdatabase.com/aws/BMES/pt/sd/news_article/62483/_blank/layout_bmezine/false|Biomedical Engineering Society Graduate Student Design and Research Award!\\\
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Former undergraduate [[http://www.abi.auckland.ac.nz/uoa/greg-bass|Greg Bass]] is first author on a new method for automated image processing of cardiac myocyte hypertrophy in [[http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.yjmcc.2011.11.009 | Journal of Molecular and Cellular Cardiology]].\\\

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'''April 2011:''' [[People.KarenRyall|Karen Ryall]] is awarded the prestigious NSF Fellowship!\\\

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[[People.MatthewKraeutler|Matt Kraeutler]] and [[People.AnthonySoltis|Anthony Soltis]] publish their paper on normalized Hill models in [[http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21087478 | BMC Systems Biology]].\\\
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'''January 2009:''' Our translational research on neonatal sepsis with Dr. Randall Moorman and Dr. Karen Fairchild is featured in the Winter 2009 issue of [[http://oscar.virginia.edu/explorations/x14932.xml|UVA Explorations]].\\\

[[People.Jason Yang|Jason Yang]]'s letter [[http://www.sciencemag.org/cgi/content/full/323/5911/208d | "Science Careers: Where Does Advocacy Fit?"]] published in Science!\\\

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'''August 2008:''' [[People.Jeff Saucerman|Dr. Jeff Saucerman]] publishes [[http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18689454|"Calmodulin mediates differential sensitivity of CaMKII and calcineurin to local Ca2+ in cardiac myocytes"]] in Biophysical J.\\\
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Cell signaling networks coordinate a wide variety of cellular physiology and gene regulatory programs. Perturbations in these signaling networks contribute to the pathogenesis of many diseases, including cardiovascular disease, cancer and diabetes. One explanation for the remarkable ability of complex signaling networks to control the cell is the use of temporal and spatial strategies, such as feedback and compartmentation. Understanding of these sophisticated control mechanisms will require an integration of experimental and computational systems biology.\\\
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'''August 2008:''' Congratulations to [[People.Jeff Saucerman|Dr. Jeff Saucerman]] for acceptance of his paper entitled [[http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18689454|"Calmodulin mediates differential sensitivity of CaMKII and calcineurin to local Ca2+ in cardiac myocytes"]] in Biophysical J.\\\

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