Congratulations to MBD Fellow Jonathan Linneman for Recent Publication

Posted On October 8, 2014
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Abstract

Mutualistic relationships are beneficial for both partners and are often studied within a single environment. However, when the range of the partners is large, geographical differences in selective pressure may shift the relationship outcome from positive to negative. The marine bryozoan Bugula neritina is a colonial invertebrate common in temperate waters worldwide. It is the… more »

The MBDAF announces winners from the 2014 Graduate Research Day

Posted On June 13, 2014
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Thanks to all the faculty and students who participated in making the 2014 MBDAF Graduate Research Day a great success. Posters and oral presentations were judged by an interdisciplinary faculty committee who awarded the following prizes to these deserving MBDAF graduate fellows:

Oral presentation winners Oral 1st place ($200.00), Yijin Liu, Department of Chemistry Oral… more »

Highlights from MBDAF Fellows Publications in the 2013-2014 Academic Year

Posted On June 12, 2014
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MBDAF Fellows published an impressive number of publications during the 2013-2014 academic year. Highlights include Shuang Zhang’s publication “Interception of the endotoxin-induced arterial hyporeactivity to vasoconstrictors” in Vascular Pharmacoly (2014 Jul; 62(1):15-23). Shuang is a Biology Fellow in the Jiang lab. Also from Biology is MBDAF fellow Wen Li from the Kaur lab who published… more »

MBDAF Fellows Receive Distinguished Travel Awards

Posted On June 12, 2014
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Several MBDAF graduate fellows received external travel awards to attend scientific conferences in 2014. Highlights include MBDAF fellow Julie Morgan, a Biology Fellow in the Greer lab, who received an award to attend the annual meeting of the American Association of Biochemistry and Microbiology and an invitation to attend a networking session and career development… more »

The MBDAF Announces the 2014 Graduate Collaborative Seed Grant recipients

Posted On June 12, 2014
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The Molecular Basis of Disease Area of Focus is pleased to announce the 2014 Graduate Collaborative Seed Grant recipients. In an effort to promote interdisciplinary research at GSU, the MBDAF awarded three $7,500 seed grants to the following MBDAF graduate fellow groups:

Group 1: “Developing New Synthetic Chemistry in Living Organisms” composed of MBDAF fellows… more »