MS & PHD STUDENTS

Nina Patrick, PhD

Degree: 
PhD
Program: 
Pharmaceutical Sciences
Track: 
Drug Discovery and Development
Dissertation Title: 
"Class 1 Lysine Deacetylases Facilitate Glucocorticoid-mediated Gene Activation and Repression"

Alumna
Year Graduated: 2015
Career Type: Other
Senior Scientist at Prospect Bio

Education
B.S. Pharmaceutical Chemistry (2010) Lehigh University

Honors & Achievements
1. Human Genes and the Environment Research Training Program, 2011-12.
2. Human Genes and the Environment Research Training Program, 2012-13.
3. Human Genes and the Environment Research Training Program, 2013-14.
4. Graduate Track Awards: Academic Excellence, 2014-15.
5. Institute of the Environment Travel Grant, 2014-15.
6. Third Place in UA Grad Slam, 2014-15.

Publications
1. Kadiyala V, Patrick NM, Mathieu W, Jaime-Frias R, Pookhao N, An L, Smith CL. Class I Lysine Deacetylases Facilitate Glucocorticoid-Induced Transcription. J Biol Chem. 2013.
2. Gunawan, S.; Ayaz, M.; De Moliner, F.; Frett, B.; Kaiser, C.; Patrick, N.; Xu, Z.; Hulme, C. Synthesis of Tetrazolo-Fused Benzodiazepines and Benzodiazepinones by A Two-Step Protocol Using an Ugi-Azide Reaction for Initial Diversity Generation. Tetrahedron 2012.
3. Patrick NM, Griggs CA, Icenogle AL, Gilpatrick MM, Kadiyala V, Jaime-Frias R, Smith CL. Class I Lysine Deacetylases Promote Glucocorticoid-induced Transcriptional Repression through Functional Interaction with LSD1. J Biol Chem. Submitted September 2015.
Originally posted: August 29, 2014
Last updated: November 9, 2016
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