Tuesday, September 19, 2023
Regents’ Professor Michael Terns is a biologist working to unlock secrets behind CRISPR, a family of DNA sequences found in single-cell organisms. This particular work sheds light on genetic immune systems and could have implications for CRISPR genetic technologies.
Wednesday, July 19, 2023
Recent research from the Garfinkel Lab uncovers new functions for a region in the retrovirus-like retrotransposon Ty1 was recently published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
Wednesday, June 21, 2023
Hsueh-Fu Wu, a member of Dr. Nadja Zeltner's lab, has been awarded the Mary Erlanger Graduate Fellowship. This fellowship awards exceptional graduate research in areas related to aspects of aging.
Philip Schroeder, a senior BMB major in the lab of Professor Lance Wells of BMB and the CCRC, was selected by the President’s Office to receive a 2023 Presidential Award of Excellence, and was honored at the Presidential Honors Week Luncheon. The Presidential Award of Excellence is awarded to…
The 2023 Sisodia-Patel Prize for Outstanding Research by an Undergraduate in Biochemistry & Molecular Biology at Graduation was awarded to Philip A. Schroeder, who also minored in Biology and Pharmaceutical Sciences. Philip earned a 3.98 GPA. His research was conducted in the lab of…
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