Yesterday, September 26th, marked the annual MSU Reproductive and Developmental Sciences Program (RDSP) Research Day, which was held in Portland, MI. This yearly event showcases the latest research from MSU scientists focusing on reproductive and developmental biology. Chandler lab graduate student Jake Reske was selected to give an oral presentation on his research, titled "Genome-wide analysis of chromatin structure and function following ARID1A loss in endometriosis." Jake received the Best Oral Presentation Award for his talk at this meeting. Great work, Jake!
Our work has been chosen to be featured among a select group of ACS funded ovarian cancer studies. Mike's fellowship project, "Defining the role of endometrium in endometriosis-associated ovarian cancer," will contribute to our understanding of ovarian cancer progression. You can find the Ovarian Cancer Research Highlights here.