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Current KL2 Awardees

David Bradley, MDAssistant Professor, Department of Internal Medicine, College of Medicine
Differential Effects of Sleeve Gastrectomy on Insulin Sensitivity and Adipose Tissue Microenvironment During Aging
Mentor: Willa Hsueh, MD

Stephanie Di Stasi, PhD, PT, OCSAssistant Professor, Orthopaedics, Sports Health and Performance Institute, OSU College of Medicine
Patient-Centered Markers of Disease and Disability in Patients Following Arthroscopy for Femoroacetabular Impingement
Mentor: Rebecca D. Jackson, MD

Nicholas Forand, PhDAssistant Clinical Professor, Psychiatry and Behavioral Health, OSU College of Medicine
Risk Stratification in Depression: The Development of a Prognostic Model for Low Intensity Computerized Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Mentor: Daniel Strunk, PhD

Tamar Gur, MD, PhDAssistant Professor, Psychiatry and Neuroscience, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology
Novel mechanisms underlying the impact of prenatal stress on neurodevelopment
Mentor: Michael Bailey, PhD

Scott Loiler, PhDAssistant Professor, Pediatrics and Vector Development, Nationwide Children's Hospital
Increasing muscle specific gene delivery by reducing liver tropism of AAV vectors
Mentor: Jerry Mendell, MD

Thomas Mace, PhDResearch Scientist, Department of Internal Medicine, College of Medicine
Targeting the Tumor Stroma to Enhance Immunotherapy in Pancreatic Cancer
Mentor: Gregory Lesinski, PhD, MPH

Lawrence Shirley, MDAssistant Professor, Department of Surgery, College of Medicine
Integrin-Linked Kinase in the Cancer-Associated Fibroblasts of Thyroid Cancer
Mentor: Matthew Ringel, MD

Terence Williams, MD, PhDAssistant Professor, Radiation Oncology, College of Medicine
Unraveling KRAS Mechanisms of Radioresistance and Developing Novel Radiosensitizers for KRAS Mutant Carcinomas by Targeting Downstream Pathways
Mentor: Fen Xia, MD, PhD

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