Clark’s research will examine how changes in gene expression impact insulin secretion.
McLester-Davis, a scientist in the Simcox Lab, will research aging-related diseases among Indigenous populations and other groups often underrepresented in research.
The award will help to commercialize technology that maps how changes to phage genomes affect how the phage interacts with its host for therapeutic use.
Hoskins will work in collaboration with a Stanford professor using new technology to catalog the biochemical function of thousands of mutations.
Peter Ducos made a military career of viewing the world from high above the earth. Now, his research in the Grant Lab examines tiny particles of life up close.
Kim Huggler, who believes science is about creativity, reveals biological processes using an innovative cell culture media.
A new antifungal molecule has the potential to harness Amphotericin B’s power against fungal infections while doing away with its toxicity.
Biochemistry undergraduate students put their lab skills and knowledge to use at summer research positions in the United Kingdom and Germany.
Professor Scott Coyle will use a NIH Director’s New Innovator Award to tune into cellular signaling and explore dynamics of signaling pathways in tumors.
The Midwest Center for Cryo-Electron Tomography (MCCET) will expand thanks to $15 million in funding from the NIH to support broadening access to cryo-ET.