UW-Green Bay grads a force in Baylor Medicine Class of ’10
Three Ph.D. recipients from the same, modest-size Wisconsin university had to have those people in Texas wondering what our secret is, up here. At this spring’s Baylor College of Medicine graduation program, three UW-Green Bay alumni took part.
Their degrees and dissertation topics are as follows:
• Matthew Blankschien, Ph.D. in molecular and human genetics, “Modulating Transcription Initiative Without Binding DNA; the Role of Secondary Channel Interactors.”
• Elisha James Dettman, Ph.D. in molecular and human genetics, “The Role of Prdm14 in Murine Lymphoblastic Lymphoma.”
• Anna Malovannaya, molecular and cellular biology, “Developing High Throughput Mass Epectrometry Proteomics Method for Analysis and Discovery of Endogenous Transcriptional Coregulator Complexes.”
Congratulations to all three and to UW-Green Bay mentor Prof. Warren Johnson of Human Biology. We intend to carry a follow-up item in our fall edition of the Inside UW-Green Bay print magazine.