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Matt Lemming (Im Lab) won the poster competition for postdocs at the Martinos Center Summer Symposium. Matt presented his work in applying deep learning for dementia detection in routinely collected clinical brain MRI.


William Hwang, MD, PhD, physician-scientist, Department of Radiation Oncology, received the 2022 Career Award for Medical Scientists from the Burroughs Wellcome Fund. Funding for this award will go toward his project focused on identifying key regulators of the neuronal-like malignant phenotype and tumor-nerve crosstalk in pancreatic cancer.


Mi Ho (Im Lab) has been selected as a finalist in the ATS 2022 BEAR Cage competition based on her proposal “Molecular diagnostics of pulmonary fibrosis using cell-specific extracellular vesicles.”


Young Kwan Cho (the Lee Lab) was featured in a hospital-wide poster during MGH Graduate Student Appreciation Week. We appreciate all graduate students for their dedication to research. Congratulations Young Kwan!


The European Society for Molecular Imaging announced the winner of ESMI-2022: the society’s prestigious award is presented to Ralph Weissleder.


Sara Pai, MD, PhD, director of the Translational Research in Head and Neck Cancer, have been elected to the American Society for Clinical Investigation.


Kamila Naxerova, PhD received the 2022 Howard Goodman Fellowship Awards. The project is titled “Defining the Evolutionary Characteristics of Human Metastasis Across Space and Time.” The Goodman Award is an endowed fellowship established by the MGH Department of Molecular Biology in honor of its founding chief, Howard M. Goodman, PhD


Ala Jo (Lee Lab) was selected as Sejong Research Fellow (Korea), a highly prestigious and competitive position for an independent researcher. Congratulations Ala!!


Dr. Jin-Ho Park in the Lee lab has been awarded with Alumni Fellowship from Soongsil University (Korea) for his excellence in research. Congratulations Jin-Ho!


Kamila Naxerova received the Emerging Leader Award from the The Mark Foundation for Cancer Research. The Emerging Leader Award program empowers scientists to take on innovative, high-risk/high-reward projects that have significant potential to improve outcomes for cancer patients. Congratulations, Kamila!