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March 2017

Dr. Lee was selected for a Kimmel Scholar Award to continue her work in skin cancer research. This 2-year grant is awarded to 15 of the nation’s most promising researchers annually. We thank Mr. Kimmel and the Medical Advisory Board of the Sidney Kimmel Foundation!   
 

February 2017

Dane Sessions was accepted into the MD/PhD Programs at the University of Virginia, the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Tufts University, and UC Irvine. Congratulations, Dane!
 

January 2017

Kamina Wilkerson was awarded funding through the Bio-X Undergraduate Student Research Program, which will support her research efforts in our lab this summer. 
 

May 2016

Christie Nguyen was awarded the Firestone Medal for Excellence in Undergraduate Research. Congratulations, Christie!

Michelle Bach was awarded a UAR Small Grant, which will fund her summer research experience in our lab.
 

March 2016

Our lab was awarded a Research Grant from the Dermatology Foundation to study kinetochore and Kinastrin-interacting proteins disrupted in skin cancer.

Dr. Lee’s High-Risk Skin Cancer clinic was featured in the Stanford Medicine News.

 

February 2016

Kamina Wilkerson was accepted into the Stanford Human Biology Research Exploration Program, which will fund her summer research experience in our lab.

Christie Nguyen was awarded the Leadership and Science Merit Award by the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai to facilitate her transition to medical school.

Christie Nguyen was accepted into the MD/PhD Program at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai as well as Case Western Reserve University. Congratulations, Christie!

 

January 2016

Dane Sessions was selected by the American Academy of Dermatology to present an abstract at the 74th AAD Annual Meeting in Washington, DC.

 

July 2015

Dr. Lee’s High-Risk Skin Cancer clinic was featured in Scope, an award-winning medical blog at Stanford University School of Medicine.

 

November 2014

Our paper identifying KNSTRN as a new oncogene in human cancer was highlighted in Cancer Discovery.