Fredman Lab

Albany Medical College, Department of Molecular and Cellular Physiology

 

Lab News

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Congratulations to Mike Marinello for his acceptance into the PhD program in the Dept Of Molecular and Cellular Physiology at AMC!

 

AFAR Grant for Junior Faculty

Congratulations to Dr. Fredman on the American Federation for Aging Research Grant for Junior Faculty (AFAR). This association supports biomedical research designed to advance healthy aging. You can find the official press release here.

 

New Nature Communications Article

Congratulations to Dr. Fredman, who in conjunction with researchers from Columbia University Medical Center and Brigham and Women's Hospital has published an article in Nature Communications regarding the body's innate ability to prevent heart attacks and strokes, and how novel therapeutics can harness the power of the body's immune system to decrease the risk of these catastrophic events. You can find the press releases here and here, or read the full article here.

American Heart Association 2016 Scientific Sessions

During the May 2016 Scientific Sessions, the annual gathering hosted by the American Heart Association, Dr. Fredman was one of four finalists for the Irvine H. Page Young Investigator Research Award, presented by the Council on Arteriosclerosis, Thrombosis, and Vascular Biology. Dr. Fredman presented her work in a conference attended by nearly 18,000 scientists from over 100 countries!

16th International Winter Eicosanoid Conference

In March of 2016, Dr. Fredman was honored by the Eicosanoid Research Association during their annual winter conference in Baltimore, Maryland, receiving their Young Investigator Award in the category of Prostaglandins and Other Lipid Mediators. This forum serves as a gathering of top scientists in the field of Eicosanoid research, focusing on inflammation, cancer, and cardiovascular disease. Dr. Fredman received this award for her work with SPMs.

Friday Seminar Series in Biology Presents:

In March of 2016, Mike Marinello and Justin Heinz of the Fredman Lab traveled to SUNY Oneonta to present research from the Fredman lab. The presentation focused on educating members of the Oneonta student body on inflammation, resolution, and how the failure to resolve inflammation leads to atherosclerosis. Mike and Justin also presented results from our atherosclerotic research.