Paralkar Lab, ribosome biogenesis, ribosome hematopoiesis, leukemia, transcription, epigenetics

Graduate Student Awarded Student Citizenship Award

Aishwarya Pawar, PhD student, is awarded the 2024 Penn Global Citizenship Award. The Award recognizes individuals who have demonstrated a strong commitment to global engagement and exemplified the spirit of global citizenship during their time at Penn.

Talk at Penn Cell and Developmental Biology Retreat

Aishwarya Pawar, Cancer Biology PhD student, presents a talk on chromatin regulation in leukemia, and Charles Antony, Research Associate, presents a poster on rRNA transcription at the Cell and Developmental Biology Departmental Retreat for the University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine.

Poster presentation at CAMB symposium

Aishwarya Pawar, PhD student, presents a poster at the Cell and Molecular Biology Graduate Group Symposium 2023 on regulation of leukemia stemness by the chromatin factor PHF6.

Talk at CAMB Penn Cancer Research Series

Charles Antony, Post-Doctoral Researcher, presents a talk on rRNA regulation in hematopoiesis to the Cell and Molecular Biology Graduate Group at the University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine.

Talk at CAMB Penn Cancer Research Series

Charles Antony, Post-Doctoral Researcher, presents a talk on rRNA regulation in hematopoiesis and leukemia to the Cell and Molecular Biology Graduate Group at the University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine.

Talk at CAMB Penn Cancer Research Series

Aishwarya Pawar, PhD student, presents a talk on chromatin regulator mutations in acute myeloid leukemia to the Cell and Molecular Biology Graduate Group at the University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine.

Graduate Student Awarded Best Poster Presentation

Aishwarya Pawar, PhD student, is awarded the Best Poster Presentation for Cancer Biology at the Cell and Molecular Biology Graduate Group Symposium 2022 for her presentation on chromatin occupancy and regulation by PHF6 in leukemia.