Kendall Case wins predoctoral fellowship from the Detroit Cardiovascular Training Program
Kendall Case, a PhD student in the Greenberg laboratory, has been awarded a predoctoral fellowship from the Detroit Cardiovascular Training Program (DCTP). This is a highly competitive, NIH-funded program that supports accomplished graduate students conducting cardiovascular research across the Wayne State campus. Kendall’s research seeks to uncover the regulatory mechanisms governing the activity of the inositol biosynthetic enzyme MIPS. Disruption of enzymes in the inositol biosynthetic pathway can result in lipid dysregulation, cardiovascular disease and several other pathologies. In addition to research, DCTP also aims to stimulate economic growth through fostering innovative translational approaches to treating cardiovascular disease. You can learn more about DCTP by clicking here. Congratulations Kendall!