Good Press for BCDB Students: Articles in July and September 2014 Issues of American Society for Cell Biology Newsletter

Students in the Biochemistry, Cell and Developmental Biology program have been featured in the July and September 2014 issues of the American Society for Cell Biology newsletter.

The July newsletter featured the Molecular Biology of the Cell Editorial Board's highlighting of an article by BCDB student Chelsey Ruppersburg and her advisor Dr. H. Criss Hartzell, Jr. The article entitled, "The Ca2+-activated Cl- channel ANO1/TMEM16A regulates primary ciliogenesis," was featured in the June issue of Molecular Biology of the Cell. The Molecular Biology of the Cell Editorial Board highlights articles that are of broad interest and significantly advance knowledge or provide new concepts or approaches that extend understanding of what is already known. Click here to read full article in the American Society for Cell Biology newsletter.

The September newsletter featured an article by BCBD student Amanda York. York wrote about a graduate student-led science advocacy and policy group at Emory Univeristy, Political.Scientists. York also discussed a program workshop in which the group invited an advocate from the Hill to come speak. Dr. James Q. Zheng is York's advisor. Click here to read full article in the American Society for Cell Biology newsletter.