Congratulations to Sam Young, PhD ., Associate Professor of Anatomy and Cell Biology at the University of Iowa and his research team for their innovative study which recently got published in the journal Neuron. Click here to read more about their research
Katherine Perschbacher successfully defended her thesis recently. Her title: Reduced Placental Expression of Regulator of G Protein Signaling-2 (RGS2) in Preeclampsia: Association, Consequence, and Cause Congratulations! In the picture: Mentor Justin Grobe, PhD (left) and Katie (right)
Daniel Kelpsch successfully defended his thesis recently. His title: Defining the nuclear localization and functions of actin in Drosophila oogeneiss Congratulations! In the picture: Daniel (left) and Mentor Tina Tootle, PhD (right)
Kevin Booth successfully defended his thesis recently! Title: Unraveling the hidden complexities of genetic hearing loss In the picture: Mentor Richard Smith, MD (left) and Kevin (right)
Jeffrey White is the recipient of the Graduate College Post-Comprehensive Research Fellowship. The Graduate College provides recipients with a $9,500 stipend. He is a Molecular Medicine graduate program student from Dr. Ronald Weigel's lab. Congratulations!
Ronald Weigel, MD., PhD., MBA. , Professor and Chair of Surgery, University of Iowa is elected to the National Academy of Medicine (NAM). Congratulations.
The annual Molecular Medicine Retreat was held at the Art Building West on Saturday, October 13. Congratulations to the $500 travel award winners! Talks: 1st Place – Sharon Idiga Posters: 1st Place – Mackenzie Spicer 2nd Place – Samantha Krysa Click here for event photos
Ying Hsu, Molecular Medicine Graduate Student, received a travel award to present her project "Age-dependent rescue of retinal degeneration using an inducible rescue mouse model of Bardet-Biedl Syndrome" at the XVIIIth International Symposium on Retinal Degeneration at Killarney, Ireland in...
Steve Glenn successfully defended his thesis recently! Title: Investigation of Drosophila HP1 and Insulator Partner Protein 1, HIPP1 Congratulations! In the picture: Mentor Pamela Geyer, PhD (left) and Steve (right)
Dr. Mary Wilson, Professor of Internal Medicine and Microbiology & Immunology honored by the CCOM Distinguished Mentor Award. Congratulations!