W. Martin Kast’s H-index recently edged up to 64. It is believed that any scientist with an H-index over 60 is considered a “truly unique” individual within a given field, and we know this to be true about Martin! Congrats Martin! The H-index is a measurement of both productivity and scientific impact in the peer-reviewed community.
On Saturday, April 4th, Dr. W Martin Kast gave a presentation entitled, “Everything you always wanted to know about HPV and more” at the Latino Medical Student Association’s (LMSA) 31st annual Western Regional Conference. The theme of this year’s event was “Manteniendo Nuestras Raíces, Branching Toward Success” which brought together over 650 Latino healthcare professionals and pre-health students for 2 days at the USC … Continue reading Dr. Martin Kast stresses HPV awareness at the 31st annual LMSA West Regional Conference
We are proud to announce that last week Dr W Martin Kast was a recipient of a 2015 STOP CANCER award. This award was made possible by a generous donation by Joan Feldman, who was present at the award ceremony surrounded by her extensive family. The award was given for his lab’s work on diagnosing early stage ovarian cancer. As of this year in its long … Continue reading W Martin Kast Receives a 2015 STOP CANCER Award
W. Martin Kast’s H-index recently edged up to 63. It is believed that any scientist with an H-index over 60 is considered a “truly unique” individual within a given field, and we know this to be true about Martin! Congrats Martin! The H-index is a measurement of both productivity and scientific impact in the peer-reviewed community.
On Thursday, December 11th The Kast Lab was visited by non-other than the 6-time Grammy, 3-time Emmy, 2-time Academy, and Governor’s Award winning music artist Randy Newman. After a chance meeting during the Norris Cancer Centers 40th Anniversary Gala in October of 2013 Martin extended an invitation for Mr. and Mrs. Newman to visit the lab. Dr. Kast has been a huge fan of … Continue reading Randy Newman Visits The Kast Lab!
This previous weekend we had two members of The Kast Lab teach and give presentations at the USC Neighborhood Academic Initiatives (NAI) Saturday Academy. With approximately 60 highly-motivated 9th and 10th grade students from low-income neighborhoods in attendance, Martin Kast and Julia Taylor took the stage and gave the students inside perspectives from where they currently stand in their scientific careers. Martin outlined both … Continue reading The Kast Lab Teaches at USC-NAI’s Saturday Academy