Masaoki Kawasumi gave a talk at the UW Dermatology Grand Rounds. "Caffeine as a tool to better understand and inhibit UV-induced skin cancers".
Masaoki Kawasumi's paper on small-molecule screening for novel ATR pathway inhibitors was published online in Cancer Research. "Identification of ATR-Chk1 pathway inhibitors that selectively target p53-deficient cells without directly suppressing ATR catalytic activity"
Dr. Nghiem was honored to deliver the 38th MH Samitz Lectureship at University of Pennsylvania on November 7, 2013. See PDF of program here.
Dr. Nghiem receives the American Cancer Society Legacy & Leadership Award: Find Cures Award. Legacy & Leadership Celebration
Masaoki Kawasumi, MD, PhD, received a highly selective, 3-year Research Career Development Award from the Dermatology Foundation.
Masaoki Kawasumi, MD, PhD, leads a study, published in PNAS on the genetic mechanism by which caffeine diminshes UV-induced skin cancers.
Olga Afanasiev defended her thesis entitled, "Merkel cell polyomavirus-specific T cell responses, immune evasion mechanisms & immune therapy in Merkel cell carcinoma" on April 5, 2013. She will have derived 8 original publications (4 first/co-first author, 4 contributing author) and…
Masaoki Kawasumi received a Dermatology Foundation Research Career Development Award (three-year support).
On Thursday, March 29, 2012, Dr. Paul Nghiem of the University of Washington Department of Medicine, Division of Dermatology, was honored at an event celebrating his selection as the first Michael Piepkorn Endowed Chair in Dermatology Research chair holder. Faculty, family, colleagues,…
Dr. Nghiem was appointed to the Michael W. Piepkorn Endowed Chair in Dermatology, effective October 1, 2011. Dr. Nghiem is currently Associate Professor of Medicine and Adjunct Associate Professor of Pathology, as well as an Affiliate Investigator in the Clinical Research…
Paul Nghiem discusses Americans' higher incidence of skin cancer on the left side because of where we drive in our cars on KIRO with Chris Sullivan. A link to the article is available here