Navin Lab News
Subclones - Go Forth and Mutate (Nature Rev Clinical Oncology)
Cancer: One Cell At a Time (Nature)
With New Single-Cell Sequencing Approach, Researchers Examine Tumor Evolution and Mutation Rates (Genome Web)
Same Cancer, Different Time Zone (MD Anderson News)
Sequencing Cells Offers Singular Insight into Cancer (Nature Medicine)
Single-Cell Sequencing Tackles Basic and Biomedical Questions (Science)
The 24-hour, $1000 Genome (Cancer Discovery)
Single-Cell Analysis : Deepest Differences (Nature)
One Cell at a Time (Nature Reviews Cancer)
Researchers Make Progress Towards Single-Cell Sequencing (Genome Web)
With New Method CSHL team is able to infer how tumors evolve and spread (Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory News)
Single Cell Sequencing Offers Peek Into Breast Tumor Evolution (Genome Web)
Young Investigator Award: Dr. Nicholas Navin (In Sequence Magazine)
Single-Cell Sequencing Reveals Subpopulations of Cancer Cells (Genome Web)
Examining Individual Tumor Cells (MIT Technology Review)
A Family Tree in a Tumor (Nature Methods)
Navin awarded inaugural The Andrew Sabin Family Fellowship
Starting this year The Andrew Sabin Family Fellowship Program, through an endowment established by the Andrew Sabin Family Foundation, will annually fund up to eight two-year research fellowships. The program encourages creative, independent thinking and impactful research. The MD Anderson grant is the foundation’s largest to date.
Navin wins notable AAAS Martin & Rose Wachtel Cancer Research Award
The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Wachtel Award is an annual award that honors early career investigators performing outstanding work in cancer research. Winners receive a cash prize, deliver a public lecture on their research and have their award entry essay published in the journal Science Translational Medicine. Dr. Navin was selected for his research on single-cell DNA analysis. He will present his work at the National Institutes of Health on July 31, 2015.
Navin 2013 Recipient of the Nadia's Gift Foundation Innovator Award by the Damon Runyon Cancer Research Foundation
Innovation awards are given for "cancer research by exceptionally creative thinkers with “high-risk/high-reward” ideas"