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Reinaldo Franqui Machin's featured in University of Iowa Graduate College's "spring 2018 graduates’ inspirational stories" ! https://uiowa.edu/stories/reinaldo-franqui-machin
Dr. Jian Zhang , Professor of Pathology publishes paper in Front Immunol. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/29449845
Dr. Lori L. Wallrath , Professor of Biochemistry and affiliated with Genetics graduate program at the University of Iowa, is featured in Muscular Dystrophy Association's latest issue of Quest! Click here to read: https://bit.ly/2FuvLtQ (link is external) (The power of an Umbrella - Page 20)
Radhika Patel, Molecular Medicine Graduate program student from Wendy Maury ’s Lab, received $500 travel award from American Society for Virology (ASV) for their upcoming annual meeting in Maryland – July 14-18, 2018. Congratulations! http://www.asv.org/asv-2018/
Watch SfRBM president Dr. Frederick Domann 's video on upcoming meeting for the Society for Redox Biology and Medicine. https://bit.ly/2jfN8Wv Abstract Submission is now open through September 1, 2018. Click here: https://bit.ly/2HSMucs Travel and Young Investigator Awards are available. Click here...
Lucy Evans , Molecular Medicine program graduate student, received an award for her poster as part of the Carver College of Medicine 2018 Health Sciences Research Week Poster Session. Congratulations! Read more https://bit.ly/2qKKhsK Lucy Evans
Sarah Sapouckey and Sharon Idiga receive the AHA Summer 2018 Predoctoral Fellowship Award beginning this July 2018 for two years. Sarah Sapouckey's approved total award amount is $ 53,688 for her project title “Mechanisms of the Arcuate Nucleus Leptin-Angiotensin Interaction in the Control of...
Brandon Schickling successfully defended his thesis on April 17, 2018! Title: "Molecular regulation of NADPH oxidase 4 in vascular smooth muscle cells”. CONGRATULATIONS! Pictured: Mentor Francis Miller, PhD (left) and Brandon (right)
John Dunn successfully completed his M.S. recently. He performed his research with Dr. Bryan Phillips , Associate Professor of Biology. Congratulations!
Emily Nguyen successfully defended her thesis on March 29th 2018! Title: "Mitochondrial Ca 2+ /Calmodulin-dependent kinase II (CaMKII) regulates smooth muscle cell migration and neointimal formation via mitochondrial Ca 2+ uptake and mobility”. CONGRATULATIONS! Pictured below: Emily (left) and...