December 16, 2019:
We are thrilled to announce the Giulia Giammo has been appointed to the Cancer Biology and Therapeutics T32 Training Grant. Congrats, Giulia!
November 26, 2019:
The Masri lab has been awarded an R01 grant! Thank you NIH/NCI for funding our work!!
November 25, 2019:
Giulia Giammo has officially joined the Masri lab as a graduate student. Happy to have you on board, Giulia!
October 9, 2019:
We are pleased to welcome Melissa Loh to the lab as a UCI undergraduate student. Welcome Melissa!
September 3, 2019:
We are happy to welcome Sungkook Chun to the lab as a postdoctoral fellow. Welcome Sungkook!
August 12, 2019:
We are happy to welcome Giulia Giammo to the lab as a rotating graduate student. Welcome Giulia!
June 25, 2019:
We are happy to welcome Keely Perry to our lab as a UCI undergraduate student. Welcome Keely!
June 19, 2019:
We are thrilled to welcome a Youth Summer Fellowship student to the lab, through the Cancer Research Institute (CRI). Clara Yi we are happy to have you!
June 16, 2019:
Our undergraduate student Alyssa Perry graduated from UCI, we are thrilled for you Alyssa and look forward to hearing what the future has in store for you. Thanks for all your help!
May 31, 2019:
Check out the V Foundation blog post on Selma Masri.
May 30, 2019:
Check out Amandine and Selma’s latest review in Trends in Endocrinology and Metabolism on Circadian Clocks and Cancer. See more on the publications page.
December 6, 2018:
November 1, 2018:
Selma is named a V Foundation Scholar!
September 10, 2018:
We are pleased to welcome a new rotating graduate student to the lab. Welcome Alan Ly!
September 4, 2018:
We are pleased to welcome a new visiting scholar to the lab. Welcome Zhongyuan Wang! Zhongyuan is also a China Scholarship Council (CSC) Fellow.
September 1, 2018:
The Masri lab is awarded a Conquer Cancer Now Award from the Concern Foundation!
July 2, 2018:
Amandine receives the Hitachi Nomura Postdoctoral Fellowship!
July 1, 2018:
We are pleased to welcome two new postdoctoral fellows to the lab. Welcome Amandine Verlande and Lu Tian!
December 1, 2017:
Selma is awarded a K22 Career Development Award from NIH/NCI