Chase Weidmann, Ph.D., receives a K22 grant from NCI

Congratulations to Chase Weidmann, Ph.D., for receiving a K22 grant from NCI for “Unraveling the MALAT1 lncRNA-protein interaction networks that drive lung cancer metastasis”

This project’s goal is to integrate cutting-edge sequencing and quantitative proteomics technologies with cell-based functional approaches to understand how RNA-protein interaction networks of MALAT1 promote metastatic activity in human lung cancers.

Chase Weidmann is our second RNA Faculty Scholar hire and is an Assistant Professor in the department of Biological Chemistry at the Medical School.

Weidmann page
Read about Weidmann’s journey into science: “Exploring unknown territories”
Read his scientific feature
Watch his introduction video

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