Congratulations to one of our graduate students, Paul Jones, who just received a Scholar-in-Training Award for the 2022 AACR Special Conference on Sarcomas. Way to go Paul! Excited to see you showcase our exciting science!
We were enjoying the delicious food from Picklemans on Monday, March 28, as Min will end her rotation and Angie wanted to buy lunch for everyone as a farewell!
We had a great time on December 20, 2021, enjoying the delicious food from Sauce on the Side, to celebrate the incoming Christmas and New Year!
We were celebrating the incoming Thanksgiving with the awesome Vietnamese cuisine from Little Saigon Cafe on November 22!
We were enjoying the delicious cuisines, BBQ food, marshmallow sandwiches, and a wonderful night gathering around the bonfire on October 22 for the upcoming Halloween!
Physician-scientists @AngelaHirbe & @aadel_chaudhuri @WashUDPS have been awarded a $450,000 grant from the Children’s Discovery Institute to research the precise diagnosis and monitoring of #NF1 MPNST #sarcoma via cell-free DNA #liquidbiopsy.
We had a fun time enjoying the outdoors and some tasty BBQ last weekend!
This was the first time we have been able to gather since the pandemic and it was wonderful to share a meal together and bond outside of work! Looking forward to more fun together!
Check out a new article on biomarkers in sarcoma in the ASCO daily news! https://dailynews.ascopubs.org/do/10.1200/ADN.21.200505/full/
We are so proud of Andy and Kuangying who both successfully defended their masters theses in December. Congratulations to both of them!
Even though we can’t physically be together in one space, the Hirbe lab virtually celebrated with a surprise baby shower for Himanshi. Uber eats so everyone could have a meal and some fun games as well! Congrats, Himanshi. We are so happy for you!
We were excited to have Dr. Dana Borcherding to interview to join our lab and even happier that she will be joining us in April!
Happy Chinese New Year! The Hirbe lab had another wonderful Chinese New Year celebration led by Xiao. This year’s special guest was Charlie. He was a little tired, but loved the dumplings!
We were happy to be able to celebrate with James as he completed his Master of Science in Biostatistics! We are excited to have him join the lab full time leading up to beginning a PhD program!
Several members of the Hirbe lab traveled to Tokyo, Japan last month to present their work. Dr. Hirbe gave a talk detailing the work of the Genomics of MPNSTS Consortium funded by the NF Research Initiative. Xiao presented an update to Wenjing’s work regarding the function of TYK2 in MPNSTs. Vanessa presented a poster presenting […]
The NF Conference is a critical forum for consensus-building and advancing basic, translational, and clinical research in NF and related fields while fostering collaborations within and beyond the NF community. Importantly, the NF Conference is a key venue for attracting and growing new investigators in NF research and clinical care. Dr. Hirbe and James spent […]
The Children’s Tumor Foundation (CTF), the Neurofibromatosis Therapeutic Acceleration Program (NTAP), Sage Bionetworks, and the Silicon Valley AI group (SVAI) are excited to announce the second Neurofibromatosis (NF) hackathon that will be held in San Francisco in concomitance with the 2019 CTF Patient Forum and NF Conference. After the first NF2 hackathon organized by Onno […]
Congratulations to both Natalie and Neha, our 2019 STARS students. They were both chosen for a Partnership of Research Institutions Award for Excellence in Research. The awardees were selected after they presented their research papers to their peers, parents and research mentors at the conclusion of the program on July 19. “The evaluation scores from the […]
For a third year, we have been lucky to have 2 STAR program summer high school students. Neha Amin (Fort Zumwalt South High School; Saint Peters, Missouri) and Natalie Loveridge (Edwardsville High School; Edwardsville, Illinois) join us in the lab to do investigative research. So glad you spent your summers with us and wish you […]
Hirbe Lab members and sarcoma team celebrating Dr. Hirbe’s 40th birthday! James failing to open a bottle of champagne Happy Birthday, Dr. Hirbe 🙂
We are so sad to see this amazing technician leave us. However, she is off to do great things in the MD PhD program at Michigan State. You will always have a home in the Hirbe lab. Good luck Abby!
Dr. Hirbe traveled up north to Mayo Clinic in the cold of winter this week to meet with her sarcoma colleagues in the Midwest Sarcoma Trials Partnership to discuss new clinical trial ideas. What an amazing meeting of minds working to improve patient care for patients with sarcoma. Read more about their work here: https://www.midwestsarcoma.org/
We are very excited to announce that Hilary Dietz was awarded Mentors In Medicine (MIM) funding to work on her research project. Her aim is to look at the utility of CT scan vs CXR for surveillance monitoring after surgical removal of a localized sarcoma. Her rational for working on this project is, there is […]
This past weekend, Dr. Hirbe was recognized as on of the Rock Docs for the 13th Annual CureIosity Rock Docs Fundraiser supporting Siteman Cancer Center. With the theme of Paris, we enjoyed a night of performances, great food and friendship all in the name of supporting cancer research. In addition to Dr. Hirbe the Rock […]
We are really excited to welcome a few new members of the lab! Angela Schab – Rotation Student James Moon – Masters in Biostatistics Olivia Cobb – Masters in Biostatistics Looking forward to having you guys on the team!
For a second year, we have been lucky to have 2 STAR program summer high school students. Emily Ristevski (Liberty High School, Wentzville, MO) and Avi Saini (Texas) join us in the lab to do investigative research. So glad you spent your summers with us and wish you the best as you return to the […]