Jan 6, 2020: Our lab received an "international shipment" in a form of ... a Ph.D. student! JiaQi Cheng Zhang received his MSc from Radboud University, Nijmegen, the Netherlands and is now a Human Genetics Ph.D. student at Pitt Public Health. Welcome, JiaQi!

Jan 1, 2020: Happy New Year! Our lab is now supported by a grant from the Dutch Duchenne Parent Project

Nov 8-18, 2019: Dwi heads to the Netherlands to give seminars in some Universities.

MDC1A: Road to Therapy hosted by Maastricht University and patient organization Stichting Voor Sara: Read here

Radboud University Nijmegen, Center for Molecular & Biomolecular Informatics: Read here

Leiden Network for Personalised Therapeutics Conference at Dwi's alma mater Leiden University: Read here

She will show some fresh, cool and exciting data generated by the lab, discuss plans and hopefully set up many new collaborations. It's important to not work in a silo!

Nov 1, 2019: We welcome Veronica Alday to the lab as an undergraduate Research Assistant. Veronica is a Neuroscience junior at the University of Pittsburgh. She's also THE ultimate mouse whisperer!  

Sept 5, 2019Caleb Kim, a senior in Dept. of Biological Sciences, University of Pittsburgh, joined the lab as an undergraduate Research Assistant. Welcome Caleb!.  

July 2019: Salah finished his summer internship with us! He is now a PRO in cell culture & has generated strong foundations for multiple projects in the lab. He's also the voice behind our #SciComm video here. Salah is back at the University of Missouri for his MD study. Congratulations & thank you for your wonderful work! 

July 22, 2019: Welcome Annie Infancia Arockiaraj, a Human Genetics Ph.D. student from Graduate School of Public Health, University of Pittsburgh. Annie completed her Master's thesis on "Epigenome-wide association studies in aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage patients" with Drs. John Shaffer and Daniel Weeks over at Pitt Public Health.

July 17, 2019: Cynthia Francis, the "official" 1st hire of the Kemaladewi Lab officially starts as a Research Technician.

June 23-28, 2019: Dwi will be giving a talk at the Gordon Research Conference on Polyamines in Cancer Biology, Inflammation, Microbiome, Plants and Pathogens at Waterville Valley, NH. Looking forward to sharing her research plans and get feedback from experts in the field.

May 23, 2019: The Kemaladewi Lab is now also supported by the Children's Trust. Thank you for the generous support! 

May 8-11, 2019: Dwi will be giving a talk at the 1st/Inaugural North American edition of the RE(ACT) International Congress on Research of Rare and Orphan Diseases in Toronto.

May 1, 2019: 3-months after Soft Opening, the Kemaladewi Lab is beautifully-stocked. Biosafety and Animal protocols have been approved. Future lab members have been hand-picked & are currently completing their paperwork. 

PS: She is extremely grateful to her personal coffee machine that has been keeping her sanity intact.

April 13-17, 2019: Dwi will head to Orlando to give a talk at the 2019 MDA Clinical & Scientific Conference as an MDA Scholar. The MDA Development Grant has been instrumental in supporting Dwi's transition to an independent investigator.

Feb 28, 2019: Dwi participated at NIH Rare Disease Day in Washington DC. See her live-Tweets of the event!

Feb 1, 2019: The Kemaladewi Lab is officially open! And the website is LIVE...

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