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Chapel Hill, NC

University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

The Emanuele Lab studies cell cycle regulation using systematic technologies and traditional cell, molecular and biochemical techniques.

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Pomp and Circumstance for Allie Mills

Michael Emanuele

Allie attended the UNC Grad School Graduation Ceremony on Saturday May 12, 2018 in the Dean Smith Center. Also, it was Mike's first "hooding ceremony", evident in the poor job he did trying to "hood" Allie on stage! Congrats again Allie.

Allie Mills and Mike Emanuele, UNC Graduation, May 2018

Allie Mills and Mike Emanuele, UNC Graduation, May 2018

Congrats Dr. Allie Mills!!

Michael Emanuele

Today was a big day in the lab. Our first graduate student, Allie Mills, successfully defended her dissertation to the Department of Pharmacology. She delivered a fantastic seminar to all of those in attendance. Congrats Allie and great job. 

Allie and Mike, post-defense

Allie and Mike, post-defense

Congrats Raj!!

Michael Emanuele

Congratulations to Raj Choudhury on winning the UNC Lineberger Cancer Center Pagano Award in recognition of your paper describing a ubiquitin signaling circuit involved in regulation cell cycle entry. Read Raj's paper here.