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NIDDK-Sponsored Center for Iron & Hematology Disorders at The University of Utah School of Medicine

The Center for Iron and Hematology Disorders (CIHD) at the University of Utah School of Medicine consists of three scientific core facilities which include the Mutation Generation & Detection Core, the Metabolomics Core, and the Iron & Heme Core. In addition to these Cores, there is an Enrichment Program, Internal and External Advisory Committees, and a Pilot and Feasibility program for the Center for Iron and Hematology Disorders. These cores offer many different services to a large majority of members within the CIHD as well as The University of Utah. To contact Core directors, find out services provided, and the rates of these services, click on the respective page. To find out upcoming events these Cores and programs will be providing, click on Events Calendar.

News

1.

CIHD Pilot and Feasibility Program Grant Awards 2017

Congratulations to the the following five investigators whose proposals were funded in the CIHD 2017 Pilot and Feasibility Grants Program:

Matthew Barber: Host-pathogen conflicts shaping bloodstream hemeprotein evolution

Adam Hughes: The role of lysosomes in maintenance of cellular iron metabolism

Elizabeth Leibold: Cell-cycle regulation of IRP2 phosphorylation during hematopoiesis

Paul Sigala: Role of Acyl Carrier Protein in Iron/Sulfur Cluster Biogenesis by Malaria Parasites

Diane Ward: The role of Abcb10 in red cell hemoglobinization

2. Seminar

3. Workshop

4. Porphyria Consortium is hosting a meeting to discuss the latest advances in porphyria disorders. The meeting details can be found at the following link.

Dates: January 12-14, 2018, Orlando FL

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