Our first paper is published online at Blood! Great work by Jasper, Andreea, and Courtnee, and our collaborators across UW and Fred Hutch.
Great to share the first paper from our lab @UWMedicine @uwgenome @UWISCRM online @BloodJournal: Reprogramming identifies functionally distinct stages of clonal evolution in myelodysplastic syndromes https://t.co/9Ix1qBVQKc 1/3
— Sergei Doulatov (@Doulatov_lab) April 23, 2019
March 2019: Rachel Wellington, graduate student in MCB, joins the lab! Welcome Rachel, and great to be co-mentoring with Brandon Hadland at Fred Hutch.
December 2018: Doulatov lab is awarded a 2019 Scholar Award from the American Society of Hematology. Thank you to ASH for supporting our research on the causes of MDS.
The @NIHDirector’s New Innovator Award is supporting Sergei Doulatov @UWMedicine in his research using advanced gene editing and cell engineering techniques to understand more about the development of blood cells. #NIHHighRisk https://t.co/YB7MLJ8JYE
— NIH Common Fund (@NIH_CommonFund) October 2, 2018
September 2018 update:
Lots of exciting things are happening in the lab. Our first MCB student, Courtnee Clough joins the lab! My Adjunct appointment in the Department of Genome Sciences has been approved, so I can officially mentor graduate students.
We also received an R21 grant from NHLBI to generate transfusable red blood cells from iPSCs, and a Discovery Research Grant from the EvansMDS Foundation to study SF3B1 mutations in MDS. Most importantly, we had our first lab outing at Alki Beach this summer (with Frodo – the official lab pug).
Doulatov lab is awarded 2017 Jaconette L. Tietze Young Scientist Research Award. See the announcement here. Thank you to the Tietze Foundation Trust for their support!