May 2005 - Graduating members of the PonzioLab - Leo Luistro (Ph.D.) and Parul Singh (M.S.)
April 2005 - The PonzioLab presented a poster at the Experimental Biology 2005 meeting, titled "Inhibition of development and growth of B cell lymphomas by adoptive transfer of Tim-3+ tumor-specific TH1 cells.
April 2005 - Poster presentation by Leo Luistro at the annual AACR meeting, titled "Herceptin-refractory ovarian carcinoma cells differentially express genes involved in angiogenesis, invasion, and metastasis."
October 2004 - In collaboration with Steve Zalcman, the Jessica Hu from the PonzioLab was co-author on a poster describing her work on a mouse model for autism at the Society for Neuroscience meeting in San Diego, CA. Click here to view the abstract
May 2004 - The Ponzio lab presented a poster titled "Maternal exposure to IL-2 induces long-lasting behavior-inducing effects in offspring" at the annual International Meeting for Autism Research (IMFAR) in Sacramento, CA. Click here to view the abstract.
April 2004 - Leo Luistro presented a poster titled "Development and characterization of a pre-clinical model of ovarian carcinoma to investigate mechanisms of resistance to the anti-HER2/neu antibody, Herceptin" at the annual meeting of the American Association for Cancer Research in Orlando, FL. Click here to view the abstract.
October 2003 - Nicholas M. Ponzio was selected for induction into the UMDNJ Master Educator's Guild. Each year, the Guild inducts one or two faculty members from each of the university's schools. Click here for a newspaper article about Dr. Ponzio's selection.
June 2003 - The Ponzio lab presented a poster titled "In Vivo Localization and Efficacy of Adoptively Transferred Tim-3 Positive Tumor Specific Th1 Cell Clones" at the annual meeting of the AACR in Washington, DC. Click here to view the abstract.
May 2003 - The Ponzio lab presented a poster titled "In Vivo Localization and Efficacy of Adoptively Transferred Tim-3 Positive Tumor Specific Th1 Cell Clones" at the American Association of Immunologists annual conference in Denver, CO. Click here to view the abstract.
May 2003 - William Simmons was selected to receive the 2003 Stanley S. Bergen, Jr. MD, Medal of Excellence for the UMDNJ Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences. This award was established by the UMDNJ Board of Trustees to honor one student every year from each of the eight UMDNJ schools who has demonstrated academic excellence, research productivity, and leadership. In selecting a recipient for this award, the GSBS Selection Committee takes into consideration the applicant's academic record, leadership abilities and dedication to research and education. Congratulations to William on receiving this prestigious award.