AJP-Cell Paper of the Year 2015 Award winner, Dr. Anna Vainshtein is pictured with her PhD supervisor, Dr. David Hood. The award was presented at the CaMPS/AJP-Cell-sponsored symposium at EB 2016 by Editor-in-Chief, Prof. Jo Adams.
Anna Vainshtein, of Baylor College of Medicine, won the AJP
Paper of the Year 2015 for “Role of PGC-1α during acute exercise-induced autophagy and mitophagy in skeletal muscle
,” co-authored by Liam D. Tryon, Marion Pauly, and David A. Hood.
The award, presented at the CaMPS/AJP–Cell-sponsored symposium, recognizes a graduate student or early-stage postdoctoral researcher who is sole first author on an outstanding paper. LISTEN to a podcast with Vainshtein and her PhD supervisor, David A. Hood, on the AJP–Cell Podbean website. AJP–Cell Physiology will run another Paper of the Year competition for 2016.
Dr. Jennifer Durham, a post-doctoral researcher in the laboratory of Prof. Ira Herman, Tufts University, was awarded the AJP-Cell 2014 Paper of the Year award for her research paper “Pericyte contractility controls endothelial cell cycle progression and sprouting: insights into angiogenic switch mechanics” by Jennifer T. Durham, Howard K. Surks, Brian M. Dulmovits and Ira M. Herman, published in American Journal of Physiology - Cell Physiology (Published 1 November 2014 Vol. 307 no. 9, C878-C892 DOI: 10.1152/ajpcell.00185.2014). The Paper of the Year award recognises a graduate student or early-stage post-doctoral researcher who is sole first author on an outstanding paper published in AJP-Cell. The award was presented at the CaMPS/AJP-Cell-sponsored Symposium at EB2015 by Editor-in-Chief, Prof. Jo Adams and Deputy Editor, Prof. Jason Yuan.