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New Publication in “Angiogenesis”

March 5, 2021

Now that we are in the third month of 2021, we would like to take a moment and celebrate the accomplishments our members made in 2020 while staying healthy and safe. Congratulations to graduate student, Danielle Buglak, for her hard work and first author designation on the paper, Excess centrosomes disrupt vascular lumenization and endothelial cell adherens junctions” in Angiogenesis this past August. Other authors include: Erich J. Kushner, Allison P. Marvin, Katy L. Davis and Victoria L. Bautch.  Check it out on our publications page!





Karina Kinghorn Awarded Slot on IVB Training Grant

June 24, 2019

Congratulations to one of our graduate students, Karina Kinghorn, on being awarded a slot on the UNC Integrative Vascular Biology Training Grant! We are excited to see where her project goes in the next few years.

Spectral Slashers

October 31, 2017

The Spectral Slashers – Paranormal Professionals! Call 1-800-USpooky for your paranormal needs!


Bautch Lab Lunch!

August 14, 2017

A big thanks/send off to Shaka, Bianca, Jerry and Fred and all of their hard work in the lab! We wish you the best on your future endeavors!

New Publication in “The FASEB Journal”

July 12, 2017

      NEW PUBLICATION IN “THE FASEB JOURNAL”                                                                          

Zhixian Yu (former grad student), Dana L. Ruter (current postdoc), Erich J. Kushner (former postdoc), and Victoria L. Bautch published a paper titled “Excess centrosomes induce p53-dependent senescence without DNA damage in endothelial cells” in The FASEB Journal (Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology). READ MORE >>

New Publication in “Nature Communications”

July 5, 2017

    NEW PUBLICATION IN “NATURE COMMUNICATIONS”                                                             

Joshua Boucher (former postdoc), Ryan Clark (former undergrad/postbac), Diana Chong (current graduate student) , Kathryn Citrin (current undergrad/ postbac), Lyndsay Wylie (current graduate student) and Victoria L. Bautch published a paper titled:Dynamic alterations in decoy VEGF receptor-1 stability regulate angiogenesis” in Nature Communications. The paper was also recommended by Faculty of 1000. READ MORE > >