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Catherine F. Dial
833 S. Wood Street (MC 865)
College of Pharmacy Building, Room 363
Chicago, IL 60612-7231
(312) 996-9765 Lab

Ph.D. Rotation: August 2016 - December 2016
Ph.D. Student: May 2017 - current

Department of Biopharmaceutical Sciences

Dissertation Title: TBD

Ph.D. Student, University of Illinois at Chicago, 2016 - Current
B.A., Chemistry, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 2013
Awards
  1. 2009-2013: Joseph E. and Grace Needham Pogue Scholarship
  2. 2009-2013: General Alumni Association Scholarship
  3. 2012: James H. Maguire Memorial Award
  4. 2010, 2011, 2012: Hayden B. Renwich Academic Achievement Award
  5. 2011: Carolina Research Scholar
  6. 2009, 2010, 2011: Local Government Federal Credit Union Scholarship
  7. 2010: Science and Math Achievement Resourcefulness Track Summer Research Fellowship
  8. 2009: Duke Energy Bioscience Scholar Summer Research Fellowship 2009: Scotland Memorial Foundation Scholarship
Peer-Reviewed Manuscripts

  1. Llanga T, Nagy N, Conaster L, Dial C, Sutton RB, Hirsch HL.  Structure-based Designed Nano-Dysferlin that Significantly Improves Dysferlinopathy in Bla/J Mice. Mol. Ther., 2017.
  2. Dial CF, Tune MK, Doerschuk CM, Mock JM. Foxp3+ Regulatory T Cell Expression of Keratinocyte Growth Factor Enhances Lung Epithelial Proliferation.  Am. J. Respir. Cell Mol. Biol., 2017.
  3. Nagy N, Nonneman R, Llanga T, Dial C, Riddick N, Hampton T, Moy S, Lehtimaki K, Puolivali J, Windish H, Albrecht D, Richard I, Hirsch M.  Hip region muscular dystrophy and emergence of motor deficits in Bla/J Dysferlin Deficient Mice.  Physiol. Rep. 5, 2017.
  4. Tycon MA, Dial CF, Fasion K, Melvin W, Fecko CJ. Quantification of dye-mediated photodamage during single-molecule DNA imaging.  Anal. Biochem., 426(1):13-21, 2012.
Abstracts and Proceedings
  1. Mock JR, Dial CF, Dang H, Tune MK, Doerschuk CM. Transcriptional Analysis of Regulatory T Cells in Experimental Acute Lung Injury Resolution. American Thoracic Society International Conference, Washington, D.C. (May 2017).
  2. Mock JR, Dial CF, D’Alessio FR, Doerschuk CM.  Foxp3+ Regulatory T Cell expression of Keratinocyte Growth Factor During Acute Lung Injury Resolution. American Thoracic Society International Conference, San Francisco, CA (May 2016). 
  3. Dial CF, Daddysman MK, Fecko CJ. Quantifying DNA Damaged Produced by Nonlinear Excitation with Visible and Inferred Light. Symposium on Undergraduate Research in Chemistry, Chapel Hill, NC (April 2013).
  4. Dial CF, Tycon MA, Fecko CJ.  Quantification of dye-mediated photodamage during single-molecule DNA imaging. Southeastern Regional Meeting of American Chemical Society (Platform Talk), Raleigh, NC (November 2012).
  5. Dial CF, Tycon MA, Fecko CJ. DNA-Dye Sensitized Photodamage Quantification under Single Molecule Imaging Conditions. Celebration of Undergraduate Research, Chapel Hill, NC (April 2011).
  6. Dial CF, Tycon MA, Fecko CJ. DNA-Dye Sensitized Photodamage Quantification under Single Molecule Imaging Conditions. Symposium on Undergraduate Research in Chemistry, Chapel Hill, NC (April 2011).
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