Slovenian news article covers Fon Tacer Lab research and Klementina’s career path

  • February 5, 2024
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For World Cancer Day on February 4th, the Slovenian Press Agency published an interview with Dr. Fon Tacer about her research… “Studying the development of cancer in animals and the comparative biology of cancer opens the door to a better understanding and treatment of this disease in humans as well…Although most research focuses on studying […]

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Dr. Fon Tacer interviewed about research and international collaboration

  • February 2, 2024
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Klementina recently had the honor of talking about her research and international collaboration during an interview on Slovenia’s national public broadcasting organization Radiotelevizija (RTV) Slovenija.  Listen to or watch the full interview here: https://365.rtvslo.si/arhiv/intervju/174992023

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Dr. Fon Tacer featured in TTU International Affairs magazine

  • December 19, 2023
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The first issue of the Global Connections magazine shares a brief history of International Affairs and the International Cultural Center and highlights many of the current programs, accolades, and initiatives made possible through the unwavering support and global vision of the Texas Tech community, international students, faculty, staff, and the dedicated efforts of the International Affairs […]

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Dr. Fon Tacer receives TTU SVM Intramural Grant Funding Award

  • November 3, 2023
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Dr. Klementina Fon Tacer, in partnership with Dr. Fernanda Rosa, will investigate yKlotho and miRNAs as potential novel prognostic markers and therapeutic targets in canine mammary carcinoma. They will collaborate with local veterinary clinics to collect samples from canine mammary tumors. In addition, this project includes a partnership with the Texas Center for Comparative Research […]

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Foundation for Prader Willi Research 2023 Symposium in Denver

  • October 5, 2023
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Dr. Klementina Fon Tacer was invited to present our latest research findings on the role of Magel2 in stress response to fasting, and graduate student Tara Bayat received a travel award to share results from her project on the role of mRNA translational regulation in the hormone secretion deficit present in Magel2-knockout mice.

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48th Annual Conference of the American Society of Andrology in Boston

  • April 24, 2023
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Dr. Klementina Fon Tacer and Maria Camila Hoyos recently attended the 48th Annual Conference of the American Society of Andrology in Boston. Klementina organized and moderated the “Organoids/Organ Culture” Session in the Basic Science Workshop. Camila was selected to present her work in a “Transcriptomics and Other Omics” session with a 20-minute presentation and a poster at the main […]

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