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    Washington University
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    Congratulations to BMG Students for Research!Louisville Poster Competition Wins!

    Doctoral Basic Science Graduate Student Award
    2nd place: Rumeysa Biyik-Sit, “Potential Role For A Phosphoserine Aminotransferase 1 And
    Pyruvate Kinase Muscle 2 (PSAT1:PKM2) Functional Interaction In Lung Cancer Cells.”
    Mentor: Brian Clem

    School of Medicine Clinical Research Fellow Award
    Winner: Penn Muluhngwi, “The miR-29 transcriptome in endocrine-sensitive and resistant breast cancer cells.”
    Mentor: Carolyn Klinge

    NCI Cancer Education Program Norbert J. Burzynski Award Undergraduate Student Category
    1st place: Sarah McQuaide, “Genotypic Analysis of Mammary Carcinoma Susceptibility 3 Nominated
    Gene Expression Levels in Rat Mammary Glands.”
    Mentor: David Samuelson


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    Penn Muluhgnwi with mentor Dr. Carolyn Klinge

    Penn Muluhngwi joined the Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics Ph.D. program in 2012. Penn’s Ph.D. research has examined the regulation and activity of miR-29b-1 and miR-29a transcription in breast cancer cells. He was awarded second place in the Doctoral Basic-Science Graduate Student poster competition at Research! Louisville in 2016. He has presented his research at the Endocrine Society and American Association for Cancer Research Meetings. During his time in Dr. Klinge’s lab, Penn has published two first author peer-reviewed research papers, two coauthored peer-reviewed research publications, and two first author peer-reviewed review papers.

    Penn's dissertation defense was April 12th and the title of his dissertation was: Role of miR-29b-1 and miR-29a in endocrine-resistant breast cancer