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McArdle Scientist Dusty Deming is Impacting the Lives of Patients in both the Clinic and the Lab
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Ahlquist Lab Discovers Promising New Target for Antiviral Approaches
Xing Lab Study Shows How Key Regulatory Protein Complexes Break Up
Xu Lab Study Shows How Cells Can be Led Down Non-Cancer Path
Lambert Lab Shows HPV Works Across Cellular Borders to Drive Cervical Cancer
Kenney Lab Shows FDA-Approved Drug Might Be Repurposed for Cancer Therapy
Sugden Lab Discovers New Mechanism For Cancer Virus Survival
Xing Lab Reveals Structure of Cell Sensor for Cancer Signals and Toxins
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Professor of Oncology and former McArdle Laboratory director Norman Drinkwater is serving as Interim Vice Chancellor for Research and Graduate Education during the 2018 spring semester.
The McArdle Laboratory mourns the loss of alumnus Günter Blobel, Nobel Prize-winning cell biologist who trained with Van Potter.
This year's Night of Hope event, the 13th annual, raised over $5000 for cancer research at McArdle Laboratory thanks to the amazing Verona Area High School community.
"Bioinformatics for Biologists" aims to help graduate students apply bioinformatics technologies to their research.
Dr. Paul Lambert and Dr. Chris Bradfield recently received Outstanding Investigator (R35) Awards from the National Institutes of Health.
The Family Crafters group of Brillion, WI work year-round to create a variety of wonderful craft goods, which they sell locally to raise money for cancer research at McArdle.