Liza Makowski, assistant professor of Nutrition, published “Weight loss reversed obesity-induced HGF/c-Met pathway and basal-like breast cancer progression” in Frontiers in Oncology as part of the research topic focusing on “Obesity: An important driving force behind inflammation, altered immunity and cellular metabolism.” Makowski lab co-authors include lead author Dr. Sneha Sundaram, Trinh L Le, Luma Essaid, Dr. Alex J Freemerman, and Megan J Huang. Other authors include Dr. Melissa A Troester, associate professor of Epidemiology, Joseph A Galanko, Research Assistant Professor of Medicine, as well as Kirk K McNaughton (Department of Cell Biology & Physiology), and Katharine M Bendt and David B Darr of the Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center. http://sph.unc.edu/sph-news/study-in-mice-finds-weight-loss-reduces-progression-of-basal-like-breast-cancer/
- Weight loss reversed obesity-induced HGF/c-Met pathway and basal-like breast cancer progression
- Gold Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF)
- Gillings School of Global Public Health chapter of Delta Omega
- The Tom and Elizabeth Long Research Award
- Fred and Pearle McCall and MaryAnn C. Farthing Scholarship!