Congratulations to Professor Amy Rowat  for receiving a grant from the USAMRAA for her project!

Congratulations to Professor Amy Rowat for receiving a grant from the USAMRAA for her project!

Congratulations to Distinguished Professor Peter Narins for being elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences!

Congratulations to Distinguished Professor Peter Narins for being elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences!

Congratulations to Professor Elaine Hsiao for being the recipient of the 2022 Early Career Scientist winner of the Innovators in Science Award in Gastroenterology for her research!

 

 

Congratulations to Professor Elaine Hsiao for being the recipient of the  2022 Early Career Scientist winner of the Innovators in Science Award in Gastroenterology for her research! Professor Hsiao and her lab study the trillions of microbes the body contains in the gut microbiota that impact health and disease.

Congratulations to Professor Amy Rowat, who has received a National Science Foundation BRITE Fellow award that will provide $995,000 of research funding over five years

 

Congratulations to Professor Amy Rowat, who has received a National Science Foundation BRITE Fellow award that will provide $995,000 of research funding over five years! This is the first time the foundation has given out these awards, which allow researchers to explore bold and ambitious ideas. Professor Rowat, the Marcie H. Rothman Presidential Chair of Food Studies, will research cells as materials to advance fundamental knowledge of cellular mechanical regulators and help sustain food production despite climate change and disruptions from natural disasters or epidemics.

Congratulations to Professor Xinshu (Grace) Xiao receiving a new R01 grant from the National Institute on Aging of the NIH, for her research!

 

Congratulations to Professor Xinshu (Grace) Xiao receiving a new R01 grant from the National Institute on Aging of the NIH, for her research! titled, “Systematic analysis of functional 3’ UTR genetic variants and their relevance to Alzheimer’s Disease”.

Professor Reggie Edgerton featured in the Los Angeles Times

Professor Reggie Edgerton featured in Los Angeles Times article titled: “Column: One step, then another. With determination and new therapies, there’s hope for paralysis patients”

Professor Elaine Hsiao and Lab featured on UCLA Newsroom

Congratulations to Professor Eric Deeds for receiving a grant from the NIH-NIGMS National Institute of General Medical Sciences for his research!

Congratulations to Professor Eric Deeds for receiving a grant from the NIH-NIGMS National Institute of General Medical Sciences for his research titled, “Developing Tools for the Unbiased Analysis and Visualization of scRNA-seq Data”

 

Congratulations to Professor Eric Deeds for receiving a grant from the NIH-NIGMS National Institute of General Medical Sciences for his research titled, “Developing Tools for the Unbiased Analysis and Visualization of scRNA-seq Data”

Congratulations to Distinguished Research Professor Peter Narins for being honored with the Silver Medal in Animal Bioacoustics from the Acoustical Society of America for his contributions!

Congratulations to Distinguished Research Professor Peter Narins for being honored with the Silver Medal in Animal Bioacoustics from the Acoustical Society of America for his contributions to sound, production, hearing and neuroethology of anuran amphibians. This is only the 4th Silver Medal ever given in Animal Bioacoustics, the last one awarded in 2012.