Renowned biochemist and Wisconsin Academy Fellow Hector DeLuca discusses the profound application of vitamin D in medicine, including new treatments in the areas of immunity and autoimmunity, in this special Wisconsin Academy Talk.
Congratulations to '15 Biochemistry graduate Emily Baumann (Audhya Lab) for being named a "Top 15 of 2015"
Biochemistry major Emily Baumann and wildlife ecology and environmental studies major Katelyn Budke have spent their senior year growing UW Boxable, a Styrofoam recycling program. The project has been awarded $105,000 in grants from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, and Baumann and Budke recently helped launch similar programs at two other universities.
Dr. Ann Palmenberg has been appointed a Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation professorship.
Sophomore Research Fellowships:
Funded by a one-year University of Wisconsin System Undergraduate Research & Discovery Grant, the Sophomore Research Fellowships provide $2,500 each to undergraduate students and $500 to their faculty/staff advisors to work in collaboration on research projects.
Jaime Brown, Friesen Lab
Ryan Rebernick, Shelef Lab
Sarah Wang, Thibeault Lab
William Xiang, Bushman Lab
Annie Yao, Guo Lab
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Hector DeLuca, professor emeritus of biochemistry, will discuss the profound application of vitamin D in medicine, including new treatments in the areas of immunity and autoimmunity, at an upcoming talk hosted by the Wisconsin Academy of Science, Arts & Letters. The talk, titled “Vitamin D: A Pharmaceutical Fountain,” is set for Tuesday, May 12 from 7 – 8:30 p.m. in the lecture hall at the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art, located at 221 State Street.
Vitamin D: A Pharmaceutical Fountain - with Hector DeLuca from Jason A. Smith on Vimeo.
The following students have been selected to receive Hilldale Undergraduate/Faculty Research Fellowships.
Claudia Aldrich , Kiessling Lab
Adam Awe, Dent Lab
Amanda Beltrame, Raines Lab
Carol Coutinho, Watson Lab
Nathan Delvaux, Holden Lab
Richard Giza, Murphy Lab
Matthew Grieshop, Ansari Lab
Amal Javaid, Hank Lab
Katherine Jiang, Fox Lab
Matthew Lammers, Weibel Lab
Adam Lauko, Craig Lab
George Luo, Hoskins Lab
Tej Mehta, Weichert Lab
Kevin O'Connor, Record Lab
Alexander Peterson, Raines Lab
Congratulations to Darryl Wesener from the Kiessling Lab for his top research proposal at the recent WARF Discovery Challenge.
The Discovery Challenge, part of the WARF Student Ambassador Program, is a two-part research competition for UW–Madison graduate students and postdoctoral researchers from all departments and fields of study. It aims to promote cross-disciplinary research and provides a forum for students to share research results, exchange ideas, improve their communication skills and seek new collaborators. It consists of a research symposium on April 9, followed by a...
UW-Madison has long been a leader in biomedical research, from revolutionizing nutrition science to introducing human stem cells to the world. With its current efforts – spear-headed by Judith Kimble, Vilas Professor of Biochemistry at UW-Madison and Howard Hughes Medical Institute Investigator, and Marsha Mailick, Vice Chancellor for Research and Graduate Education – UW-Madison is well-positioned to be a leader in guiding its future, as well.
Professors Mike Cox and Aaron Hoskins took ten Biochemistry students to the American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Annual Meeting in Boston.
A productive and educational time was had by all. The group was particularly successful in the poster competition.
The David Green Lecture in Enzyme Chemistry on Wednesday April 8 by Kevan Shokat (UC-San Francisco) included a clip from a 16mm film made by David Rogers at Vanderbuilt University.
Amazing to hear that microscopy from the 1950's inspires research in 2015.
More info on the original film
The award is to recognize outstanding Classified staff performance or service to the College of Agricultural & Life Sciences.
The awards ceremony will take place on Wednesday April 29th at 3 p.m. in the Ebling Symposium Center of Microbial Sciences Building.
Biochemistry undergraduate students traveled to Boston in March for the ASBMB Annual Meeting.
Doug Zoerner from the Hoskins Lab was acknowledged and Allison Abellaneda from the Wildondger Lab won top poster prize.
Biochemistry undergraduates William Mulligan and Meghan Turner have earned Barry Goldwater Scholarships.
Congratulations Bill and Megan.
CALS Outstanding Senior Awards recognize students for their scholastic performance, leadership, and service. Students who are nominated by their department or have a cumulative grade point average of 3.75 or higher can apply. Applications are reviewed by faculty and staff on the CALS Recruitment and Scholarships Committee.
In addition to their outstanding academic performance, these students demonstrate remarkable records of both leadership and service.
Since 1952, NSF has provided fellowships to individuals selected early in their graduate careers based on their demonstrated potential for significant achievements in science and engineering. The NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP) is a critical program in NSF's overall strategy to develop the globally-engaged workforce necessary to ensure the nation's leadership in advancing science and engineering research and innovation.
Congratulations Michael Veling from the Pagliarini Lab