Feb 15, 2019: Congratulations to Grace, Daniel, Brett and our friends from the Laughlin lab on their paper on multimodal in vivo imaging of HER2, now an ASAP article in Molecular Pharmaceutics!

Jan 18, 2019: Welcome first year graduate student Kirsten Martin!

Oct 10, 2018: Congratulations to Alexia and Grace on their paper on Cherenkov radiation mediated excitation of luminescent lanthanides in Angewandte Chemie!

Sept 3, 2018: Welcome, new rotation students! Our lab meets every Monday at 8 am in seminar room 603 for group meeting. Join us for science and cookies.

Aug 29, 2018: Eszter wins an award for top oral presentation at EuroBIC.

July 13, 2018: Grace and Eszter’s mini-review on bimodal imaging probes is published in Cancer Biotherapy & Radiopharmaceuticals.

June 28, 2018: Apurva receives a poster prize at the Metals in Medicine GRC!

June 26, 2018: Grace is selected to present her work at the Metals in Medicine GRC Poster Slam!

May 22, 2018: Brett has been awarded a slot in the NIH T32 Chemical Biology Training Program.

April 14, 2018: Congrats to Alexia for receiving the first year graduate teaching award.

April 7, 2018: Undergrads Chloe and Daniel receive the prestigious URECA summer research stipend to support full time research in the Boros lab during the summer of 2018. Congrats!

March 2, 2018: The lab receives a REACH award grant from the Long Island Bioscience Hub!

February 12, 2018: Arrival of Zr-89 PET isotope from University of Wisconsin-Madison marks the official start of radiochemistry in the Boros lab!

Jan 25, 2018: First year graduate students Alexia, Apurva, Brett and Jaclyn join the Boros group officially after completion of their rotations!

Jan 8, 2018: Post-doc Grace Ahn joins the lab!

Oct 25, 2017: The lab receives approval of an R00 NIH grant from the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute.

August 2017: First lab meeting of the Boros lab takes place August 28. Come join our breakfast meetings every Monday morning at 8 am in the chemistry building, room 515.

July 2017: Our work on multifunctional desferrichrome analogues as chelators for Zr(IV)-89 is published in Molecular Pharmaceutics.

June 2017: Eszter receives the first place award of the Young Investigator Symposium of the Radiopharmaceutical Sciences Council at the annual meeting of the Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging.