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Dr. Mary Sue Coleman delivered The Thomas Willis Lambeth Lecture on Nov. 29
Dr. Mary Sue Coleman spoke at UNC on “The Educated Citizenry: An Endangered Species?”
Located in Biochemistry and Biophysics News / December 2018 / News
2011 Alumni Update Michael D. Johnson receives MIRA R35 grant
Dr. Johnson just received a MIRA R35 grant for 1.8 million dollars from NIGMS entitled “Elucidating the orchestrated bacterial response to copper toxicity.”
Located in Biochemistry and Biophysics News / December 2018 / News
Thomas Wong Alumni in the News for his support of UNC Scholarships
Thomas and Sandy credit their fulfilling careers to the education they received at UNC-Chapel Hill. To show their appreciation, they have a long history of sharing their time and talents to support Carolina.
Located in Biochemistry and Biophysics News / December 2018 / News
Brian Kuhlman, Ph.D., Protein Robotics: Making Science Fun while Improving Human Health
Brian Kuhlman, Ph.D., is the dynamic co-developer of the popular molecular modeling software Rosetta. His laboratory in the Biochemistry and Biophysics Department at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is creating new methods in Rosetta for designing proteins with novel shapes and functions.
Located in Biochemistry and Biophysics News / December 2018 / News
Inside the world of cell signaling: a G-protein breakthrough
UNC scientists led by John Sondek, PhD, created a new biochemical tool to block specific types of downstream G-protein signaling, opening new avenues of research and potential drug design and discovery.
Located in News / 2016 / December
Feast or Famine: Scientists Find Key Bio ‘Switch’ that Helps Cells Adapt
From the UNC School of Medicine lab of Brian Strahl, PhD, and Stanford University lab of Ashby Morrison, PhD, comes a solution to the mystery of “crotonyl” marks in the genome that may have relevance for the treatment of various forms of cancer.
Located in News / 2019 / November
In Fimo: Finally a Name for the Experimental Examination of Excrement
To study gut bacteria, scientists focus much of their attention on excrement, which is teeming with bacteria that used to live in the gastrointestinal tract. For the sake of scientific accuracy, this experimental poop has needed a name. And now it has one thanks to UNC School of Medicine scientist Aadra Bhatt, PhD, and colleagues.
Located in News / 2019 / January
UNC School of Medicine graduate students earn prestigious HHMI Gilliam Fellowships
Megan Agajanian, in the lab of Ben Major, PhD, and Juanita Limas, in the lab of Jean Cook, PhD, will receive up to $150,000 each to support their biomedical research at the UNC School of Medicine and the UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center.
Located in News / 2018 / July
The Science of Fluoride Flipping
A new imaging technique helps UNC researchers study tiny, time-sensitive biological processes – the crucial underpinnings of human health and disease.
Located in News / 2017 / August
Kuhlman wins DeLano Award for computer applications to enhance research
The American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology issued 12 awards to top scientists, including Brian Kuhlman, PhD, professor of biochemistry and biophysics.
Located in News / 2018 / July