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The McArdle Laboratory welcomes new faculty member Dr. Aussie Suzuki
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McArdle Scientist Dusty Deming is Impacting the Lives of Patients in both the Clinic and the Lab
Ahlquist Lab Discovers Promising New Target for Antiviral Approaches
Xing Lab Study Shows How Key Regulatory Protein Complexes Break Up
Lambert Lab Shows HPV Works Across Cellular Borders to Drive Cervical Cancer
UW News covers how Dr. Aussie Suzuki and Dr. Beth Weaver are paving the way to a better understanding of cell division and errors with technological advances.
Dr. Yongna Xing has been granted $1 million from 2017 till 2021 from Jordan's Guardian Angels Foundation to research PPP2R5D gene intellectual disorder mutations.
Members of Dr. Bill Sugden's lab and other McArdle researchers met their $5000 fundraising goal for the Summer Research Institute.
Many McArdle achievements were highlighted in a piece about the UW Carbone Cancer Center, featured in a recent issue of the School of Medicine and Public Health’s magazine, Quarterly.
Wei Xu and her laboratory have been awash in a wave of recent successes, receiving multiple funding awards for their investigations into estrogen signaling and breast cancer.
Dr. F Michael Hoffmann, a faculty member in the McArdle Laboratory, is among a group of UW-Madison researchers awarded a UW2020 grant to develop new computational tools to virtually screen potentially therapeutic compounds.