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Jingyao Zhang awarded PhD: Jingyao Zhang, Bioengineering graduate student in the Laboratory of TC Hwang, PhD, Dalton Resident Investigator has successfully defended and awarded his PhD. The title of his dissertation is "Structural/Functional Insights Derived From Studies of Human And Zebrafish CFTR Orthologs" Congratulations to Dr Zhang!

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Ruicheng Shi successfully defended to receive Masters Degree: Ruicheng Shi successfully defended last week to receive his Masters Degree. Ruicheng is mentored by Dalton Resident Investigator, Li-Qun Gu Title: SINGLE NUCLEOTIDE POLYMORPHISM (SNP) DISCRIMINATIONS BY NANOPORE SENSING Future plans: Ruicheng will join University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign PhD program on the topic of synthetic biology and gene therapy

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Dr Luis Martinez-Lemus welcomes new Post Docs: Three new postdocs in the Laboratory of Resident Dalton Investigator Dr Luis Martinez-Lemus are: Thaysa Ghiarone De Araujo Silva is from Brazil and is working on the role that blood-flow shear stress has on endothelial insulin sensitivity. Dr. Allan Robson Kluser Sales is from Brazil and will be working in research associated with the effects that diabetes and hypertension have on vascular function. Dr. Shumpei Fujie is from Japan and his main interest is on the mechanisms that control vascular stiffness. Welcome to all!

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Friday Meet and Mingle: The Last Friday of every month we will have a "Meet and Mingle in the Library with a different Dalton Investigator hosting the event. Starts at 9 am. Come and put a name with a face and learn what others are doing in this building.   Event Date: 6/29/18 9:00am - 10:00am    

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Problem Based Learning (PBL): Problem Based Learning (PBL) is an 8 week block course facilitated by many different Faculty. Many of which are Resident Dalton Investigators. Luis Polo-Parada, Michael Hill, Luis Martinez-Lemus are just three of many dedicated Researchers here at Dalton guiding the learning process for Medical Students.

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Welcome to Summer Students from Taiwan: Dalton Cardiovascular Research Center welcomes from National Yang-Ming University in Taiwan. Mr. Shiue-Yu Hung Ms. Yu-Hsuan Tseng Mr. Yung-Te Chen Mr. Chi-yu Chen to Dalton Resident Investigator T.C. Hwang’s Laboratory for the Summer

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Former Dalton Investigator, Dr Allen Hahn passes: (from the Columbia Daily Tribune) Dr. Allen Hahn, 1933-2018 Dr. Allen W. Hahn, 84, of Columbia passed away on Tuesday, March 20, 2018 at home surrounded by his family. Celebration of Life services will be held at First Presbyterian Church, 16 Hitt St., Columbia, Saturday, March 24 at 1:00 p.m. A reception will follow the service in the church fellowship hall. Allen was born Dec. 28, 1933, in St. Louis to Herbert F. and Claire Webb Hahn and they preceded him in death. On Sept. 1, 1956, he was united in marriage to Joan Ruth Miller in Springfield, Mo. They celebrated 62 years of marriage and had three children. Allen graduated from Roosevelt High School, St. Louis in 1951, received his BS in agriculture and D.V.M. in 1958 from University of Missouri, M.S and Ph.D in Biomedical Engineering from Drexel University, and Diplomate-Am. College of Veterinary Internal Med. specializing in cardiology. In 1958, he was a research assistant at Auburn University School of Veterinary Med. Dept of small animal surgery and medicine, while working on his Biomedical Engineering Ph.D. in 1961, he was an instructor at University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine and Drexel University in Biological studies, special fellowship at National Heart Institute-Graduate studies in Biomedical Engineering. In 1969, the family moved back to his alma mater, University of Missouri Veterinary School, to teach and do research at Dalton Research Center. He was a professor at the veterinary school teaching his passions, i.e. computer applications in veterinary medicine (Veterinary Informatics), especially artificial intelligence, expert systems and ECG Processing, comparative cardiovascular performance and disease in non-human species, biological sensing electrodes, and biomaterials. Allen authored or co-authored over 130 academic publications. He had five U.S Patents for his research in the medical field. He received over 2.3 million in grants for his research at the university. In 1993, Allen received the University of Missouri faculty alumni award. In 2001, he received the Geyer award for public service to higher education, and was a lifetime honor roll member to AVMA. His honors and awards to his work was such a joy in his life. He led MU through political education reform and was instrumental in forming MU Pac. He was a avid swimmer and that was his release. He was instrumental in bringing masters swimming to Missouri. His walls are filled with medals and awards from meets that he competed in. All his children swam on Columbia Swim Team too. He was involved with the Air Show over Memorial Day weekend and so enjoyed speaking with all the pilots. His other passions were fishing, camping and enjoying spending time with family and friends. All that knew him say he touched their lives in so many ways and that he was a mentor to all. Those remaining to cherish his memory include his wife, Joan; sons, Mark Hahn of Columbia and Ken Hahn (Bernadetta) of Jupiter, Fla; daughter, Becki Hahn of Indianapolis; three grandchildren, Jessica, Andrea and Ryan; and great-grandchild, Lucas. Memorial contributions are suggested to: University of Missouri Veterinary School for cardiology research; American Cancer Society, 1900 N. Providence Rd, Suite 105, Columbia, Mo. 65202, Food Bank for Central and Northeast Missouri, 2101 Vandiver Dr., Columbia, Mo. 65202 Online condolences and tributes may be shared with the family at http://www.bachyager.com

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Scientist Solutions Events vendor show: Scientist Solutions Events vendor show, April 5th, 9-11 am, DCRC Library   Event Date: 4/5/18 9:00am - 11:00am    
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