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Zhou Awarded NIH R15 Research Grant
Dr. Guolei Zhou, assoc. prof. of cell & cancer biology, has been awarded a 3-year grant from the National Institutes of Health for ongoing research on cellular functions of the cytoskeletal protein CAP1, as well as its roles in breast & pancreatic cancer.
Dept of Math/Statistics presents the next
Research Colloquium Talk
Guest speaker Dr. Dale Bowman (Univ of Memphis) will talk about using topic modeling to identify multifactorial risks associated with drug-induced liver injury. When and Where: Tuesday, Sept 24 @ 3PM in CSM 209.
Cosm Faculty Spotlight
Merten Receives National Science Foundation Grant
Dr. Jonathan Merten, associate professor of chemistry, receives funding by the NSF
CoSM Faculty Spotlight
Congratulations Dr. Sikkel!
Congratulations to Dr. Paul Sikkel, lead author of publication "Changes in abundance of fish-parasitic gnathiid isopods associated with warm-water bleaching events on the northern Great Barrier Reef" journal 'Coral Reefs'
ambassadors & 1st yr exper training
CoSM Ambassadors and 1st Yr Experience students in Cardboard Canoe race during campus wide Tutor/FYE TA training. Back row/left: Taren Thind,Nick Stillwell,Madison Decker,Almetia Cole,Emma Cherry. Seated/left: Makenzie Rone,Kinley Davenport,Sarah Hall.
NYIT White Coat ceremony
Arkansas State graduates with the NYIT College of Osteopathic Medicine received their medical white coats in a ceremony Friday, 8/9/2019.
RICE FOR OUR FUTURE
Arkansas State researchers and students are part of a major grant project to determine what strains of rice flourish under higher growing temperatures. There is global impact in the test beds just south of Jonesboro.