The Parise Lab has an opening for the Postdoctoral Research Associate position. The purpose of the position is to study the process of NETosis in sickle cell disease. The postdoc will obtain blood samples from donors and isolatevarious blood cells for analysis. A candidate must have PhD in biological or chemical sciences and/or related field of study and basic skills in cellular analysis, microscopy, flow cytometer, and protein chemistry.
The Parise Lab welcomes two summer undergraduate students, Davia and Anna!
Davia Blake is a rising Senior majoring in Chemistry from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. She is a participant of the 2014 Summer Research Program in Biophysics and visiting the Carolina for the summer. Davia is working with Steve Holly on Platelet Research.
Anna Tangis a undergraduate student from UNC-Chapel Hill majoring in Chemistry and Mathematics. She has joined the Parise Lab for the summer to gain experience in medical research. Anna is working with Justin Black on CIB1 Project.
Ariana Bevilacqua presented her thesis proposal titled “Signaling Pathways Contributing to NETosis” to the committee and successfully passed the Comprehensive Oral Exam. Congratulations to Ariana for her big step towards PhD Candidacy!
Patricia Keely, PhD, a former Research Assistant Professor from the Parise lab becomes the chair of the Department of Cell and Regenerative Biology at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health. Congratulations to Dr. Keely!
Congratulations toCarrie Lomelino for her graduation from the UNC-Chapel Hill with a B.S. degree in Chemistry! Carrie has been with the Parise Lab for the 2013-2014 Academic Year working on a CIB 1 Project. She will start her graduate studies in the Fall at the University of Florida.