Professor Elaine Hsiao and Lab featured on UCLA Newsroom

August 23, 2021/by gracea

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

August 17, 2021/by gracea

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!

August 17, 2021/by gracea

Congratulations to Distinguished Professor Art Arnold for receiving a grant for his research!

June 30, 2021/by gracea

Congratulations to Emily Chiem and Haley Gamboa for being selected as recipients of the 2021 IBP Distinguished TA Teaching Award!

June 2, 2021/by trandrew

Congratulations to Professor Elaine Hsiao for receiving a grant from the Research Corporation for Scientific Advancement

May 28, 2021/by gracea

Congratulations to Professor Ketema Paul for receiving an R01 grant from the NIH – National Institutes of Health for his research!

May 28, 2021/by gracea

Congratulations to Professor Rachelle H. Crosbie for receiving a T32 training grant from the NIH-NIAMS to support graduate students and postdoctoral fellows working on muscle cell biology, pathophysiology, and therapeutics.

May 14, 2021/by gracea

Congratulations to Professor David Walker for receiving a grant from the NIH-NIA National Institute on Aging for his research!

May 14, 2021/by gracea

Congratulations Professor Xia Yang, who has just been appointed as the new Vice Chair for the Molecular, Cellular and Integrative Physiology (MCIP) IDP Ph.D. program!

May 14, 2021/by gracea

Congratulations Professor Mark Frye for receiving a grant from the NIH-NINDS National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke for his research!

May 14, 2021/by gracea

Congratulations to MCIP Ph.D. student. Monty Blencowe, (Xia Yang Lab) for receiving a prestigious two-year Predoctoral Fellowship award from the American Heart Association for his research!

April 30, 2021/by gracea
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