Eric Albrecht Lab

Introduction

The Albrecht lab is a part of the Molecular and Cellular Department. The lab utilizes cell and molecular techniques to study acute inflammation. Dr. Albrecht received his Ph.D. in Biology from Wayne State University  (2000). Following graduation, Dr. Albrecht accepted an appointment as a postdoctoral fellow in the Pathology Department at the University of Michigan. Dr. Albrecht came to KSU in 2006.

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News

  • 2017

    Undergraduate researcher Rafael Perez to present at Regional ASB meeting .

    Albrecht lab to present zinc trafficking data at National Experimental Biology Meeting (Chicago,IL)

  • 2016

    Honors student Rafael Perez-Gonzalez receives Mentor Protege Award for 2016-17.

    Albrecht, McElroy and McReynolds laboratories successfully resolve Centruroides vittatus venom gland transcriptome

    Albrecht participates in NSF transcriptome workshop presented by Cold Harbor Springs Laboratory

  • 2015

    Veronica Garbar accepted into Campbell University Osteopathic Program

  • 2014

    Albrecht and McElroy labs receive CARET award to develop scorpion venom gland transcriptome in collaboration with Texas A&M International University.

    Albrecht lab presents at Southeastern Society of Toxicology (SESOT) regional meeting

  • 2013

    Albrecht lab presents at Southeastern Society of Toxicology (SESOT) regional meeting

    Albrecht lab awarded CETL incentive funding

  • 2011

    Albrecht lab publishes in Inflammation Research

    Albrecht lab publishes in Journal of Venom Research

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