Congratulations to Dr Sara Parsa from the Wendel lab at MSKCC who wona $100 Amazon gift voucher for her entry to the TDI Central Protein Database in Q2!
Dr Parsa has recently published her findings on Serine Hydroxymethyltransferase (SHMT2) in Nature Cancer.
The Tri-Institutional Therapeutics Discovery Institute is compiling a database of all proteins being investigated in the Tri-Institutional Community. The aim is to help foster early stage therapeutic discovery projects and thus all proteins with the potential for biomedical significance are welcome. TDI is covered by a blanket confidentiality agreement with all three of its parent institutes, so all information submitted is protected and, since the data is not publicly accessible, private. The data will be routinely analyzed by TDI and we may reach out to you to discuss opportunities for collaboration. Each entrant has the chance to win a $100 Amazon gift voucher, with a winner being drawn randomly each quarter.
The submission page can be found at the link below: