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“Dr. Tamar L. Goulet Explores Mutualism on Coral Reefs and Throughout our Complex Planet”

Marine Biologist Dr. Tamar Goulet is featured on the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) website. Click here to read the article.            
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Congrats to Dr. Patrick Curtis on your new grant!!!

This new grant is to study the Caulobacter crescentus pilus. Pili are cell structures bacteria use to attach to surfaces, as well as perform other functions. The C. crescentus pilus is a rare sub-type that has hardly been studied, and there are a couple unusual facets to it that we and
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Dr. Wayne Gray offers some insights that may help the public understand the COVID-19 pandemic

Dr. Wayne Gray, a virologist in the with more than 40 years’ experience studying viruses, is offering some insights that may help the public understand the COVID-19 pandemic. Click here to read the full article.              
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Congrats to our newest M.S. and Ph.D. Graduates!!

Pictured left to right: Reed Scott, M.S. Brooke Sykes, M.S. Sarah Amonett, M.S. Sarah McNamara, M.S. Maya Kaup, M.S. Kevin Potts, M.S. Chaz Hyseni, Ph.D. Congrats to the advisors of our new graduates: Dr. William Resetarits, Dr. Susan Balenger, Dr. Erik Hom, Dr. Ryan Garrick. How did we
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6th Annual Neuroscience Research Showcase WINNERS!!!

CONGRATULATIONS to the following winners of the poster competition for the 6th annual Neuroscience Research Showcase!!   Graduate Student Winners: 1st Place: Alaa N. Qrareya, Department of Biomedical Sciences, Advisor: Jason Paris. “HIV-1 Tat Promotes Age-Related Cognitive,
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