Richard Giadone

Undergraduate Education: University of Massachusetts Lowell
Major: Biotechnology, Philosophy
Hometown: Dracut, MA

Ricardo for fun, Rico for short, joined Murphy lab in May of 2016 as a PhD student within the Molecular and Translational Medicine program at BUSM. Evolving from Amy’s work, his project focuses on utilizing patient-derived iPSCs to model various aspects of transthyretin amyloidosis. He looks to develop novel therapeutics for treating the disease as well as elucidating the role of transthyretin protein in the context of neurodegeneration.

In his free time, Richard can be found trying to figure out how to update this website. He can also be seen running for fun (or away from Kim), eating pizza, listening to funk, or shamelessly promoting his Twitter account.

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Richard is awarded a Junior Researcher Travel Award for the XVIth International Symposium on Amyloidosis in Kumamoto, Japan!

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Kim is awarded an ASH Abstract Achievement Award for her work submitted to the 2017 ASH Meeting!

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Congratulations to Spoorthi who begins her medical school training at BU’s 2017 white coat ceremony!

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Boston Magazine features the Crem and the murphy lab!

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Murphy Lab and the CReM Featured on CBS Boston with Dr. Mallika Marshall: Brewing Blood

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Richard’s poster wins first prize at the 2017 BU-CTSI Annual Translational Research Symposium!

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Drs. Murphy, Mostoslavsky and Steinberg create the world’s largest sickle cell disease-specific iPSC library

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Dr. Murphy awarded Scholar Award from the National Blood Foundation

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Dr. Murphy pays tribute to Dr. David Seldin at the BU-CTSI Annual Translational Research Symposium

Dr. Murphy was recently featured on LabTV